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It is the fertilizer with the highest magnesium content. It is the ideal plant nutrition product for plants showing magnesium deficiency. Magnesium Sulfate also contains high amounts of sulfur. Magnesium is the main component of the green color (chlorophyll) in plants and ensures the formation of healthy and dark green leaves by encouraging the plant to benefit from sunlight. It is a plant nutrient that has a significant impact on the photosynthetic power of the plant, its dry matter accumulation capacity, and ultimately on yield and quality. Plants that cannot obtain sufficient magnesium from the soil cannot synthesize sufficient chlorophyll and the plant gradually loses its green color. In this case, the ability to photosynthesize is eliminated and the growth and development of the plant stops. Magnesium deficiency is especially common in calcareous and light soils, but can also occur in other types of soil. The deficiency may be due to two reasons. If the soil does not have enough magnesium for plant growth, this is a real deficiency. If the amount of magnesium available in the soil is more than 50 ppm, this means that the soil is sufficient in terms of magnesium. If this amount is less than 25 ppm, it means there is magnesium deficiency for the plant. Elements such as potassium, sodium and calcium make it difficult to absorb magnesium from the soil.


The second deficiency occurs when plants whose root development is prevented for various reasons, such as some nematodes, cannot take in sufficient magnesium in the soil. If magnesium deficiency is observed as a result of the analysis of the soil sample taken before planting beet, magnesium should be applied. If soil analysis cannot be performed, a decision can be made based on whether there are signs of magnesium deficiency in the front plant.

Magnesium deficiency is common in plants, especially in sandy soils, towards the maturity stages of plant development. Magnesium deficiency occurring in the late period may not cause a large decrease in the amount of product. However, the market ability of plants grown especially for their leaves decreases. Soil compaction, inundation and drought exacerbate the effect deficiency. In some cases, even if there is sufficient magnesium in the soil, magnesium deficiency can be observed in plants. Ions such as hydrogen, potassium, ammonium and calcium, which are found in high amounts in the soil solution, can cause deficiency by reducing magnesium uptake. High amounts of aluminum ions in soils with a pH of 5 and lower also reduce magnesium uptake and cause deficiency.


By mass (w/w)%

Water Soluble Magnesium Oxide (MgO)


Water Soluble Sulfur Trioxide (SO3)



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