The sulphur sting
Sulphur plays a major and essential role as plant nutrient and is often called the fourth macro-element after nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, due to its utter importance in plant physiology and metabolism. In fact, in the maize and soybean producing areas of the USA, sulphur is regarded as the third limiting major plant nutritional element after nitrogen and phosphorus.
For this reason, Omnia Nutriology® embarked on a campaign in order to inform our clients of the importance of sulphur in balanced plant nutrition. The campaign consisted of farmers’ days with Dr. Elke Bloem from the Julius-Kühn Institute for Crop and Soil Science in Germany as the keynote speaker, as well as various published articles, pamphlets and booklets.
SWAEL: Die vierde makro-element
Landbou is waar alles 62 jaar gelede vir Omnia begin het toe dr Joachim Winkler en mnr Willie Marais ‘n klein kalkonderneming, gebaseer op ‘n kultuur van hegte gesinsbande, op die been gebring het. Read more (93KB)
The importance of sulphur in profitable crop production
03 August 2015
In recent decades, crop scientists have increasingly come to recognise the importance of sulphur as a nutrient in crop production. Read more (379KB)
Sulphur - the short and sweet of it
Without the sulphur containing amino acids cysteine and methionine and other sulphur containing organic compounds, there would be no life as we know it. Read more (4.1MB)
Omnia Fertilizer hosts sulphur farmers' day
Omnia Fertilizer hosts sulphur farmers' information day on the topic of sulphur and its importance in crop production. Read more
Pasop vir swaelmengsels
Wees versigtig vir kunsmisprodukte wat vinnig en goedkoop vermeng is deur elementêre swael by die mengsels te voeg, waarsku dr. Koos Bornman, hoofbestuurder van strategiese landboudienste by Omnia. Read more
Omnia gesels swael-sake
Ongeveer 150 gaste het die Omnia-boeredag op 5 Junie 2015 op Lichtenburg bygewoon. Read more