Sulfur is in the 16th row/family in the periodic table. Its a macronutrient(substance in large amounts) Its a natural occurring nutrient as the pure sulfide and sulfate. Plants get it by sufficient amounts soil. Sulfur is taken up the roots for growth. 2 signs of a plant lacking sulfur is pale green chlorosis "leaves" and reduced leaf size. If plant is deficient in sulfur use epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) and sprinkle on soil.
By: Michaela Anderson and Jamie McKinney