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10 January 2010 - 11:34 PMWe can supply in 25Kg (approx. 50lb) sacks. No problem! The problem may be transport costs. We are in UK where are you?
26 August 2009 - 05:59 AMA 1kg / 5l solution is ideal for killing Marestail. Add a dash of Fairy liquid to act as a wetting agent. Repeat twice a week until eradicated.
25 August 2009 - 11:33 PMAmmonium sulfaMate (H6N2O3S)- a very good and safe herbicide for trees and tough woody weeds and compost accelerator is easily available from horticultural textiles and products garden netting ground cover frost protection windbreak netting uk - you will be re-directed to a website relating to garden-products. It should not be confused with Ammonium Sulfate - a fertilizer. Ammonium SulfaMate will breakdown in the soil to a nitrogen rich fertilizer - Ammonium Sulfate.
I have come across many uses for Ammonium SulfaMate, but being a rocket propellant is not one of them - please tell me more! Ammonium SulfaMate is generally regarded as non-hazardous for transport purposes.
Sulfamic acid is quite aggressive and we found that it stripped the Chromium out of the Stainless steel flasks when we first made Ammonium Sulfamate - leaving us with a lovely green coloured solution. The reaction is exothermic and not one for trying at home! Sulfamic acid can be used as a disinfectant (Foot and Mouth), a de-scaler in kettles and to clean masonary. Be careful when using as it can produce dangerous gases.
Sulfamate is also spelled as sulphamate.
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