Sulfur Soil Conditioner
Lush lawns start with healthy pH levels.
Soil conditioner that fosters a healthy ecosystem
Natural Alternative® Sulfur Soil Conditioner enriched with Protilizer® lowers soil pH by increasing the acidity, reducing alkaline-loving turf weeds like dandelions for a more lush lawn. Our sulfur soil conditioner for lawns fosters earthworm activity and root development, allowing your lawn to accept fertilizer nutrients and water more effectively.
Sulfer soil conditioner supercharged with beneficial microbes
Natural Alternative® blends our sulfur soil conditioner with Protilizer® Seed & Plant Activator, a 100% organic nutrient-rich plant supplement bursting with beneficial microbes to create a superior, lush lawnTogether with Protilizer®, our sulfur soil conditioner boosts your lawn, promoting grass root growth as the correct pH balance is developed. Protilizer® helps fight attacks from harmful fungi and turf diseases, providing insurance for your yard.
Refer to your soil test results for recommendations regarding pounds per 1,000 square feet, frequency of sulfur soil conditioner application and timing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Sulfur soil conditioner is used to adjust the pH of your lawn's soil, making it more acidic. Many types of grass prefer slightly acidic soil, with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. If your soil is too alkaline, sulfur can help create a more conducive environment for your lawn to grow.
To determine whether your lawn needs sulfur soil conditioner, you need to test your soil's pH. If the pH is higher than 7, your soil is alkaline, and adding sulfur can help adjust it to a more ideal range for most grasses.
After applying sulfur, it may take a few weeks to see a significant change in your soil's pH. Therefore, it's recommended to retest your soil after several weeks to determine if the pH has reached the desired level.
The frequency of application depends on your soil's current pH and its tendency to become alkaline. After the initial application and re-testing, you will have a better idea of how often you should apply the conditioner. Always remember that pH can change due to a variety of factors, so regular soil testing and maintenance are crucial.