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Battersby Thomas Elliot Sulphur 90 Treatment is an effective solution for controlling a wide range of fungal and bacterial diseases that can harm your plants and crops.
Our Sulphur 90 treatment contains 90% elemental sulphur, which helps to acidify the soil, reduce alkalinity, and prevent fungal growth. This treatment is perfect for crops like grapes, apples, potatoes, and other vegetables, where fungal and bacterial diseases can cause significant damage.
Our Sulphur 90 Treatment is easy to apply and is safe for use on all types of crops. Trust Battersby HPG to provide the highest quality Sulphur 90 treatment for all your agricultural and horticultural needs.
- Not suitable for application during frost.
- Avoid mowing for 3-4 days either side of treatment.
- The best method of application is via a calibrated spreader.
- Keep children and pets away from treated areas until granules have been watered in.
- Always take care when handling fertiliser using protective equipment where necessary.
- Always read the label before use.
- Store in cool, dry conditions place. Keep away from children, Pets and food.
- Always wash hands after use.
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Equipment & Acessories FAQ's
Yes, over-fertilisation can burn plant leaves, stunt growth, and create
environmental issues. More is rarely better when using fertilisers.
Always read and follow label recommendations for fertilizer rates,
dilutions, and application guidelines. If you are ever in doubt, always
err on the conservative side or use less fertiliser.
Whether you are using liquid (inc.soluble) or granular style treatments on your ground, you should always follow the manufacturers product guidelines. If you are at all uncertain, call us on: 01706 360 572.
Any product sprayed whether granular or liquid (inc.soluble) onto the ground can potentially cause some scorch if applied to a stressed crop. To avoid this do not apply products such as liquid fertilisers to stressed crops or under hot conditions in bright sunlight. Typically early morning or evening are the safest times.