Sulphur required

Abel, Charles
April 2002
Farmers Weekly;4/19/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 16, p62
Trade Publication
Reports that spring malting barley can benefit greatly from the use of sulphur-containing fertilizer on certain soil types, according to supplier Kemira.


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