PRODUCT FEATURES

90% analysis granular, highly degradable, sulfur product


Source of plant nutrient sulfur and/or as a soil amendment for correction of problem alkali soils


Quickly degrade, disperse and convert to sulphate throughout the growing season

• Research shows that TIGER 90CR® sulfur converts to sulfate faster than other forms of elemental sulfur for season-long nutrition and high yields


Increased nitrogen utilization, phosphate and micronutrient uptake


The bentonite absorbs moisture and fractures sulfur into microscopic fragments


Resists leaching until converted to sulfate form


Industry leading quality and product uniformity


Reduces Soil pH


OMRI Organic Certified

 

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Sulfur (S)…………90%


Derived from Elemental Sulfur


Also Contains Non-Plant Food Ingredient


10% Bentonite (As inert filler)

Improve soil sulfur levels!

RECOMMENDED APPLICATION RATES AND METHODS

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Per soil analysis, recommended rates may vary


When used as a part of a balanced fertility program, can provide a season-long source of sulfur


Can be applied alone or blended with granular fertilizers

• For 1 pound of sulfur apply 1.11 lbs of TIGER 90CR Sulfur

TIGER 90CR BY TIGUR-SUL RESOURCES

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“Customers Say”…

Mitch Yribarren, Yribarren Family Farms – Fourth Generation Farmer – Tranquility, CA
Crops: Almonds, Pistachios, Pomegranate, Row Crops

Carbon Penetrant + PNGreen
“We started using Carbon Penetrant three years ago when our orchard was 13 years old. At the time, California was in the third year of a very dry period of hydrology statewide and our irrigation district was extremely reliant on well water for the second year in a row. The water was adding to the overall salinity of the soil and the effects were more pronounced in our trees because of their age relative to other orchards in our area. Leaf tip burn, trees completely drying up and late season leaf defoliation were some of the negative effects. Our Monterey variety was so stressed from the salty well water that some actually went into a second bloom after harvest. For the first time since planting the trees in 2003, my dad and I began to discuss whether or not we will be able to get 20+ years of production from the trees or if we should begin preparing for removal and replant. As it turned out that wasn’t necessary. In the first year of applying Carbon Penetrant we noticed immediate improvement in water penetration that led to larger moisture zones. Areas that would have standing water for up to 4 days after irrigations suddenly were reduced to nothing more than wet soil after 24 hours.