Issue 5 2018
Evidence grows of how Polysulphate™ grows
In presentations and conversations about Polysulphate there is a question that often ‘crops’ up: what evidence is there of Polysulphate’s benefits? We feel it is important to share the growing evidence from many parts of the world, and many crops to answer that question. And to share it in an accessible way so that it is quick and easy to get the main points. This is why we have added the Polysulphate experiments section to our website.

Experiment browser

We all want useful information that is quick and easy to understand. We have designed the experiment browser so that it is simple to search by country or by crop - or both - for information that will help. Choose a country from one drop down list and/or crop from the second drop down box and the experimental results available are revealed.

Don’t worry. You will not be presented with dense scientific papers. You’ll find that we have neatly summarized the main points of the research for you.

A growing resource in more ways than one

Our experiments page is a growing resource. We mean that in more ways than one.

For a start it is growing month by month as more results of experiments with Polysulphate are added. Secondly it is a resource for you to use to grow your understanding of how Polysulphate is an important resource for better crop growth, and how it is proven to be benefiting different crops in different conditions.

We invite you to take a look through the experiment browser.
Mined in the UK, ICL is the first – and only - producer in the world to mine polyhalite, marketed as Polysulphate