Magnesium, Mg
Sulfur, S
Calcium, Ca

As yields increase, it’s now more important than ever to ensure our fields are receiving adequate levels of the 17 essential nutrients.

Some of the factors responsible for this increased need of calcium, magnesium and sulfur follow.

High Crop Utilization of Calcium, Magnesium and Sulfur

Although calcium, magnesium and sulfur are considered secondary elements, they are just as important for plant nutrition as any of the other 14 essential plant nutrients.