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What is Ammonium Sulfate?

What is Ammonium Sulfate?

Ammonium Sulfate with the chemical formula of (NH₄)₂SO₄  (Ammonium sulfate, Ammonium sulfate (2:1), Diammonium sulfate, Sulfuric acid diammonium salt, Mascagnite, Actamaster, Dolamin) is an inorganic salt with so many different applications in agriculture and other industries. The most common use of Ammonium Sulfate is as a nitrogen fertilizer in agriculture industry. Our produced Granular Ammonium Sulfate (SULFAMMON) consists of nitrogen 21% and sulfur 24%. One of the main applications of Ammonium Sulfate fertilizer in agriculture is adjusting and reducing pH in alkaline soils and supplying nitrogen and Sulphur for the plants to grow.

Ammonium Sulfate is one of the most consuming and efficient fertilizers in agriculture industry which is consumed for the cases that need nitrogen and Sulphur.

Ammonium Sulfate role in agriculture industry:

Nitrogen is among the most important components which lead to plants’ desirable performance in agriculture industry. Nitrogen is the most abundant element on earth and the most consuming element in plants which is absorbed as nitrate, ammonium, and urea ions through roots and is one of the compounds which lead to protein production in plants.

Nitrogen consists of important organic components in plants such as chlorophyll and stimulates the vegetative growing of plants as a nutrient component.

SULFAMMON is mainly used for the cases in which nitrogen and sulfur are needed as soil supplement and also as the nutrient components for growing plants. Although there are other fertilizers which include more than 21% nitrogen, but the nitrogen in SULFAMMON is much less wasted and washed compared to other nitrogen fertilizers and Also SULFAMMON is a great source of sulfur for the plants protein production.