Sulphate of Potash fertilizer is commonly added to improve the yield and quality of plants. Over the world many farmers use potash in various forms. It has a solid composition that helps in covering any deficiency that a growing crop may need. It is most suitable with the foliar and drip system and very easy to use.
It will not produce good results if mixed with calcium based fertilizers. Various pesticides and fungicides are compatible with this product. It reduces the labour as it can simply be sprayed in all directions. It is not volatile and will not damage crops either.
Various fruits, trees, flowers, sugarcane, and a host of cash crops survive with the usefulness of sulphate of potash. All the nutrition is uniform and textured to get to the roots without being clogged anywhere. Even in horticulture it is a useful product. It can be used when the seeds are buried, when the growing cycle commences, reproduction and ripening stage.
|Composition||K content: 40 to 44% (48 to 53% K2O)
S content: 17 to 18%
|Solution pH||(approx) 7|
|Molar Mass||174.259 g/mol|
|Melting point||1,069 °C (1,956 °F; 1,342 K)|
|Solubility in water||111 g/L (20 °C) 120 g/L (25 °C) 240 g/L (100 °C)|
|Solubility||slightly soluble in glycerol insoluble in acetone, alcohol, CS2|
|Moisture by weight||<1.5|
|Potash content (as K2O) per cent by weight||>50.0|
|Sodium as NaCl per cent by weight(on dry basis)||<2.0|
|Total Chlorides as(Cl) per cent by weight (on dry basis)||<2.5|
|Sulphur per cent by weight||>17.5|