Sulfur (S) is important in the plant nutrition macroelement on a par with phosphorus, nitrogen.
Sera (S) is important in the plant nutrition macro-nut along with phosphorus, nitrogen. Sulfur is a constituent part of proteins, in particular an indispensable component of amino acids (cystine, cysteine, methionine) and phytohormones, participates in metabolic processes, namely protein biosynthesis, in oxidation-reduction processes, affects the functioning of hydrolytic enzymes, synthesizes carbohydrates, increases the intensity of assimilation, participates in the passage of cell division of the plant organism, promotes the formation of chlorophyll chlorophyll during the transfer of electrons during photosynthesis, put
In the soil, sulfur is present in plant organic remains and humus (in such a form for the plant organism is unavailable), it is necessary that a transformation of sulfur occurs in the direction of mineralization involving microorganisms, but this process in the soil environment is too slow, and the bulk of the sulfur is absorbed by the soil from the atmosphere (S02) and falls with precipitation. It is necessary to fertilize crops with sulfates, which in the composition have sulfur and are combined with other main substances and are the most accessible to the plant (sulfur content is 10-25% of the total amount). For vegetable crops, the need for this element is very significant, in particular for tomatoes, onions, garlic, celery, various varieties of cabbage, rapeseed, sunflower, alfalfa, clover, peas, soy, potatoes, and the fruit-and-berry woody plants and grain crops need only a small amount of sulfur. Sulfur is not recommended to combine with silicon.
Sulfur deficiency:with an insufficient amount of sulfur, a pale green color develops on the young leaves (the external signs are similar to the deficiency of nitrogen nutrition (although changes with a lack of nitrogen are observed on old leaves)), after a while they turn yellow, acquire a red shade (accumulation of anthocyanins), and subsequently They die, the representatives of the family have cabbage (the leaves become long, narrow), solanaceous (have a small diameter of the stems, which become woody, hard), astrope (sunflower - forms small inflorescences - to With insufficient amount of sulfur in the soil, growth and development of the stems are delayed (become thin, stiff, brittle and lignified),
Interaction of sulfur with other elements
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