Sulfur Coated Urea

Urea granules are coated with 1% polymer after which they are coated with sulfur. Polymer coating makes the sulfur
coating more flexible and durable. This product can effectively control the nitrogen release to match crop’ s nitrogen demand,
thus increases nitrogen use efficiency. The longevity of (PSCU) is about three months. The release rate depends on
the soil temperature and the thickness of the membrane. The higher the soil temperature, the faster the nitrogen releases.
Soil moisture, pH, and the activity of soil microorganisms have little impact on the fertilizer nitrogen release.
Guaranteed Analysis
Total Nitrogen (N)……………..….35.00%
Urea Nitrogen………………………..35.00%
Sulfur (S)……………………..……15.00%
Derived from: Urea, Sulfur
Also contains non-plant food ingredients
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Product Features
Matches crop nitrogen demand.
Increases yield, income and fertilizer use efficiency.
Reduces application times, dosage and nitrogen loss; saves labor.
Environmentally friendly.
Provides extra sulfur supplement.
Lowers soil pH and improves saline-alkali soil.
Directions for Use
Sulfur Coated Urea (SCU) is appropriate for most field crops, especially for corn, wheat, rice and tomato. Corn, wheat, rice, tomato: As a base, fertilizer can be used alone, but a positive result can be predicted when it is applied with other base fertilizers (containing available nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium). The application rate of SCU is about 300 to 750kg per hectare, which varies depending on the crop’ s nitrogen need. SCU can be applied as side-bending or hole-application at a depth of 10 to 15 cm in soils. Avoid applying it together with seeds. In dry regions irrigation is needed to release nitrogen and enhance crop growth. Topdressing with nitrogen may be beneficial although single basal application could meet crop’ s nitrogen needs during the whole growth period.


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