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Agricultural

Agricultural sulfur products are generally finely divided. Their main uses are as fungicides, insecticides, and miticides. Another common use is as a soil additive to correct alkalinity or sulfur deficiency. They are formulated into wettable powders or dusts.

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Industrial

Industrial sulfurs are 99.5% minimum purity, processed into various physical shapes to provide a full range of particle sizes. This market includes pulp and paper, metals reclaiming, mining, steel, oil refining, and a multitude of other uses.

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RubberMaking

Sulfur has been used as a rubber chemical since Charles Goodyear discovered its vulcanizing properties in the mid 1800's. Sulfur gives the compound hardness, allowing it to be molded, but still retain its elasticity.

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Georgia Gulf Sulfur. Operating since 1959.

We started as a wholly owned subsidiary of Parramore and Griffin Seed Company in Valdosta Georgia. The Georgia Gulf Sulfur manufacturing plant - located in Bainbridge, Georgia - was conceived and built to manufacture milled agricultural sulfur for the peanut, peach, and citrus. . .

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Corporate Office.

129 Dow Street
Valdosta, Georgia, USA 31601
PO Box 1165
Valdosta, Georgia, USA 31603-1165
phone (229) 244-0000
fax (229) 245-1664