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What are the advantages of potassium sulfate compound fertilizer and how to use it?

What are the advantages of potassium sulfate compound fertilizer and how to use it?

Issue Time:2021-03-15
Potassium sulfate compound fertilizer is a very popular fertilizer on the market. So, what are the advantages of potassium sulfate compound fertilizer? How to use it?

Advantages of potassium sulfate compound fertilizer

1. Multi-nutrient, significant increase in production

And it contains trace elements such as sulfur, iron, zinc, molybdenum, magnesium, etc. required by crops. At the same time, the product has the characteristics of uniform color, stable quality, good solubility, and easy absorption by crops. After application, it can change the ubiquitous soil. Compared with the compound fertilizer produced by other processes, the nutrient imbalance has the characteristics of fast absorption, less loss, lasting fertilizer effect, and significant increase in production.

2. Wide range of adaptation

The product has a high effective ingredient content, and the chloride root is less than 3%. The product is not only suitable for various agricultural crops such as wheat, rice, corn, peanuts, but also suitable for cash crops such as fruit trees, vegetables, tobacco, garlic, and ginger. Do base fertilizer can also be used as top dressing.

3. Improve soil and enhance soil fertility

The product has no toxic and side effects, and does not have any adverse effects on crops and soil. After application, it can quickly replenish potassium, zinc, boron and other elements in the soil, adjust the soil structure, enhance national strength, and have drought resistance, moisturizing, and lodging resistance. Effect Long-term use can improve soil and increase yield.

How to use potassium sulfate compound fertilizer

1. It can be used as a base fertilizer

When potassium sulfate is used as a base fertilizer in dry fields, the soil must be applied deeply to reduce the fixation of potassium crystals, facilitate the absorption of crop roots, and increase the utilization rate.

2. Used as top dressing

Since potassium has a relatively small mobility in the soil, it should be applied in concentrated strips or holes to soil layers with dense roots to promote absorption.

3. It can be used as seed fertilizer and extra-root topdressing

The dosage of seed fertilizer is 1.5 to 2.5 kg per mu, and it can also be formulated into a solution of 2% to 3% for extra-root topdressing.