Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur is a granule product, not a powder.
Yes, Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur is 90% Sulfur.
Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur Is a soil conditioner and helps improve acid soil conditions. It aids in lowering pH in soils with excessive alkaline levels. Its effective on the acidity of the soil will be completed 6 to 8 weeks from post-application. If the issues with your rose bush are caused by acid soil then this product would be very effective for you. If you are unsure what is ailing your roses you may want to have them diagnosed by your local master gardener prior to treating them with any products.
Hi Yield Soil Sulfur is sulfur ingredients for plants that need extra sulfur in their soil or for soil that needs the pH adjusted to a lower number. If you are trying to repel snakes from an area you would want to look at something like Snake Away or Snake Scram. You can see tips on how to make your property less attractive to snakes by looking over our Snake Control Guide.
Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur would be applied at 10-20 lbs per 1000 sq ft.
Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur is applied to the lawn at the rate of 1 - 2 lbs. per 100 square feet. You will need to spade or mix into soil. With this being a slow acting yet long lasting treatment, it’s effect on soil acidity will not be complete until 6 - 8 weeks after application.
No, Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur is not labled to control insects in lawns, plants, or shrubs. This is a mineral to help with the acidity in the soil, not an insecticide.
Martins Viper Insecticide would be recommended for Chiggers and is effective on many other common insects. The mix rate for Martins Viper Insecticide is 1/2oz. per gallon of water and can be used as a spray treatment outside as a barrier spray around the perimeter of structures, to plants, bushes, trees, shrubs, etc.
You can apply a soil amendment such as Hi-Yield Soil Sulfur in early Spring before you would need fertilizer. Be sure there is no snow or ice and the ground is not frozen when you want to apply your amendments. Lowering the pH of your soil can be a slow process, so you will want to continue soil testing at least once a year (possibly more often in warmer areas) for best results.