PERMIT GRANTED BY THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT • 16 MgO-17 SO₃
Granulation and bulk density
|16%||complete magnesium oxide (MgO)|
|6.5%||magnesium oxide (MgO) soluble in water|
|17%||complete sulphur trioxide (SO₃)|
It is best to fertilize before pre-sowing cultivation, so as the fertilizer is mixed with the soil. In light soils it is recommended to divide the dose into 30-50% during early autumn, and the remaining fraction during early spring in order to prevent washing out the constituents. In cultivation of winter rapeseed and wheat, the fertilizer may be successfully applied in early spring in order to regenerate the field after winter and stimulate plants vegetation in spring. On perennial fields very good effects of application of the fertilizer may be achieved by fertilizing in spring and in smaller doses during the use of a meadow or pasture, preferably after pasturage or harvest.
|Plant||Yields level t/ha||Fertilizer dose
|Ingredients amount in a dose|
|winter rapeseed – low level station||3,0-3,5||300-400||48-64||51-68|
|winter rapeseed – fertile station||3,0-3,5||250-350||40-56||43-60|
|spring and winter crops||5,0-6,0||150-200||24-32||26-34|
|maize for grain||6,0-8,0||200-250||32-40||34-43|
|sugar beet||do 40,0||200-350*||32-56||34-60|
|green feeders depending on the method of use and yield level||200-500||32-80||34-85|
* The lower dose from the range concerns cultivation on manure, the upper dose – without manure.