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Created on 20 February 2013

Sulfur is a vital element in plant nutrition; it is mainly involved in making of proteins, enzymes, oil and chlorophyll. The presence of sulfur in the soil, leading to increase the resistance of plants against environmental stresses such as cold, heat, pests and diseases, and reduce the tensions making by salinity and alkalinity of soil. This element can be considered as a factor in reducing soil PH in the root part. Increase of nutrient absorption and improve the quantity and quality of farm and horticulture products and also control of fungal pathogens such as powdery mildew in fields and gardens are other benefits of sulfur in soil.