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Ammonium Sulfate
Finnish White

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Production Facilities

Norilsk Nickel's Harjavalta nickel and ammonium sulfate facility is located about 60 km inland from the Port of Pori, a major deep sea port on the west coast of Finland, where NT's sister company, Nordic Bulk Oy owns and operates three large, dedicated, modern fertilizer warehouses.

The facility is part of the major industrial production complex in Harjavalta, Finland along with other major industrial producers such as Boliden, Step, Insta Automation, L&T.

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Product

Ammonium Sulfate
Chemical Formula: (NH4)2SO4

CAS number: 7783-20-2. REACH Registration Number: 01-2119455044-46-0056. NT’s Finnish White is a co-product of Norilsk Nickel's Harjavalta, Finland nickel production facility.

NT's ammonium sulfate is produced from a crystallization process, which provides white, cubicle formed crystals with round edges, excellent crushing strength and good spreading qualities.

Packaging
NT can supply:
Bulk in shiploads from 5,000mt to 25,000mt
Big bags from 500 kg to 1,000 kg

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Logistics Facilities

NT Ltd. through its sister company; Nordic Bulk Oy owns and operates three dedicated warehouses of over 35,000 tons storage capacity for fertilizer in the Tahkoluoto dry bulk harbor port in Pori, Finland.

Environment

Global success means employing the highest standards of health, safety and environmental care. NT directors are acutely conscious that achieving global success in the manufacturing and marketing of widely used complex chemicals - including those in the food chain - means adhering to the highest environmental protection standards. 

The company believes that seeking superior performance in these areas demonstrates our commitment not only to implementing our HS&E Policy, but also to effective risk management to improve overall business performance and returns to shareholders.

FAQ's

Is Finnish White AS used for its nitrogen content or its sulfur content?

Both. As a sulfur source, Finnish White AS supplies S in the readily available sulfate form. As a nitrogen source, Finnish White AS is extremely efficient because all of its nitrogen is in the ammonium form, which resists losses from leaching, volatilization and denitrification. Because Finnish White AS supplies both of these vital nutrients in a form that is immediately usable to plants, it is a cost-effective choice.

How does Finnish White AS fertilizer compare to other sulfur sources?

Finnish White AS supplies sulfur in the readily available sulfate form, the only form that crop roots can immediately absorb. Fertilizers that supply sulfur in the elemental form cannot be absorbed by crop roots until converted to sulfate by soil microbes. This is a process that can take up to one month or more, depending on soil temperatures - the cooler the soil, the slower the transformation.

How does Finnish White AS fertilizer compare to other nitrogen sources?

Finnish White AS supplies nitrogen in the dependable ammonium form. Ammonium nitrogen promotes higher yields than straight nitrate while resisting losses to leaching, volatilization and denitrification. That makes it often more effective than urea and UAN solution in conservation-till and no-till systems.

Can Finnish White AS fertilizer be used in broadcast applications?

Yes, ammonium sulfate is an excellent fertilizer source for broadcast applications. In no-till and conservation-till systems, studies have demonstrated that broadcast ammonium sulfate is as efficient as injected UAN solution.

Can Finnish White AS fertilizer be used in starter applications?

Yes, ammonium sulfate can be used in pop-up and 2-by-2 starter applications.

Can Finnish White AS be used in no-till or conservation-till management?

Residue left on the soil surface in no-till and conservation-till systems can promote N loss from volatilization when urea and urea-containing fertilizers like UAN solution are broadcast and not incorporated into the soil. Ammonium sulfate is not susceptible to volatilization loss because its N is in the ammonium form. University studies have demonstrated that ammonium sulfate can be broadcast on the surface of no-till and conservation-till soils with very little risk of N loss due to volatilization.

Why do crops need sulfur?

All crops need sulfur to grow and form proteins. Sulfur is considered to be "The Fourth Nutrient" behind nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Where sulfur is lacking, crop yield and quality will suffer. Plants can become spindly and stunted, and new growth turns a yellowish green color.

What about soil organic matter - doesn't that supply sulfur?

Traditionally, sulfur deficiencies have been most common in sandy soil types with low organic matter content. More recently, researchers have discovered that crops can become sulfur deficient even when organic matter levels are high. These "new" deficiencies are attributed to earlier planting dates and no-till/conservation-till farming - two trends that promote cooler soil temperatures that slow down the release of sulfur from the organic matter.

How do I know if my crops need supplemental sulfur?

Start with a soil test to find out how much sulfur you have in your soils, then follow-up with a tissue test to find out how much of that sulfur is actually getting into the crop.

What is the tissue test for sulfur?

The tissue test for sulfur measures the amount of sulfur that is actually absorbed into the plant. It's a very useful tool for confirming suspected sulfur deficiencies. Like the sulfur soil test, the sulfur tissue test must be specifically requested. Many labs now have the capability to turn around sulfur tissue tests in a matter of days, allowing sufficient time for in-season applications of sulfur to correct deficiencies and prevent further yield loss.

What does sulfur deficiency look like and can I distinguish nitrogen deficiency from sulfur deficiency?

It's often tough to differentiate sulfur deficiency and nitrogen deficiency because both cause yellowing of plant tissue. Sulfur deficiency tends to show up in newer leaves, while nitrogen deficiency tends to show up in older leaves.

Where can I get Finnish White AS ?

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