Iron sulphate is widely used in agriculture for prevention and treatment of the majority of diseases (including fungus ones) as well as for protection against insect pests.
Iron sulphate solution is characterized as highly-acid that’s why it can burn the plant when spayed on green leaves. Consequently, fertilizer should be applied in early spring or in autumn after leaf abscission.
Both in spring and autumn, the main reason for fungus disease infection is leaves and branches remaining on the soil surface, accordingly, in spring trees and the space around them should be treated, in autumn, prior to trees spraying, it is recommended to gather and burn all fallen leaves and plant dead material and then to dig the circle around the tree trunk.
In agriculture iron sulphate is used for:
Compatibility with other fertilizers:
Iron sulphate can’t be mixed with organophosphate insecticide as well as with other fertilizers which decompound in alkaline medium. It is also prohibited to apply iron sulphate along with lime.
Qualitative characteristics of the product correspond to the GOST standards 6981-94
Plant's treatment with 3 % water solution to get rid of the moss and lichen.