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Sulfur and Growing Azalea

I would like to plant Azaleas. I know that they require an acidic soil. I was considering adding sulfur. How much should I use?

The amount of sulfur needed depends on the pH (measure of soil acidity) and type of soil. Start with a soil test. This will give you the basic information needed to amend your soil. Without this information you could damage your plants or create soil problems that could take years to repair.

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