Analysis: 26% Nitrogen, 13% Sulphur


Bag Size: 25kg, 1000kg


A dry spread application fertiliser that provides Nitrogen and Sulphur. After application the granule dissolves easily for rapid plant uptake and is ideally suited to supply the nutritional requirements of vegetables, fruits, vines, turf, pasture, broad acre and forage crops.

Nutrient Forms:

Nitrogen is present both as Nitrate and Ammonium (no Urea). The readily available Nitrate Nitrogen gives an immediate growth response, while the more slowly available Ammonium Nitrogen ensures a long-lasting effect.

Sulphur is essential for chlorophyll formation and therefore photosynthesis. Quick-N supplies sulphur as readily available sulphate.


Campbells Quick-N is suitable for use in vegetables, fruit, vines, cereal, pasture and fodder crops. Compared to Urea, Quick-N provides more readily available Nitrogen over a range of climatic conditions with no volatilisation.

As the name suggests, Quick-N provides readily available Nitrate Nitrogen for rapid uptake and utilisation followed by sustained ammonium availability. The presence of Sulphur ensures efficient Nitrogen utilisation within the plant.

Quick-N does not contain harmful Chloride or heavy metals. It doesn’t contain Urea, thus minimising Nitrogen losses into the atmosphere.


Campbells Quick-N can be a major nitrogen source in a fertiliser program or strategically used at specific times in the development of crops, in conjunction with other fertilisers. Quick-N is developed for broadcast or top dressing application.  It is a non-dusting, free flowing product that can be applied as a band or broadcast.

Quick-N granule size is a homogenous for even distribution of nutrients and highly soluble.


General rates for horticultural crops are between 100 to 200 kg/ha in a single application. The actual rates, number of applications and their timing will vary considerably for different crops and for different districts. Before application, seek advice from your Campbell’s distributor or your local agronomist.