Nitrogen Fertilizer -Ammonium Sulphate Nitrate

Importance of the Fertilizer Ammonium Sulphate Nitrate is a nitrogen fertilizer formed by a mixture of Ammonium sulphate and Ammonium Nitrate. It is readily soluble in water and quick acting. Its keeping quality is good and is useful for all crops.
Amount of Available Nutrients Ammonium Sulphate Nitrate contains 26 % Nitrogen and 13% sulphur.
Compatibility in fertilizer mixtures Data not available
Reaction of the Fertilizer in Soil Ammonium Sulphate Nitrate when applied in soil will form ammonium, sulphate and nitrate ion which can be taken by the plant. 
Ammonium Sulphate Nitrate reacts with soil colloids and replaces basic cations with ammonium ions. Continuous application result in increase in acidity.
Situations where Recommended Ammonium Sulphate Nitrate is suitable for basic fertilizing of most agricultural plants (in spring before sowing or planting, or, as the case may be, before the beginning, of vegetation), also for additional application during the vegetation. With regard to 13 % of sulphur content the fertilizer may be used for fertilizing of wheat, oil rape, potatoes, sugar beet, clover, lucerne, hop and vegetables. It can be applied before sowing, at sowing time or as a top-dressing, but it should not be applied along the seed.
References 1. Yawalkar, K. S., Agarwal, J. P., and Bokde, S., (1996) Manures and Fertilizers, Agri-Horticultural Publishing House, Nagpur