"Kalimag Super" - the main potash fertilizer, which positively affects the quality of agricultural products (increasing the yield, nutritional value of crops, improves the taste and aesthetic qualities of the fruit).
Application: the use of potassium increases the endurance of frost-resistant crop deterioration and diseases. The plants retain water better, and therefore easier to tolerate short-term drought. In case of insufficient provision of potash, the plant loses its resistance to disease, reduced productivity of photosynthesis, premature aging, and the fruit ripen too late.
Potassium deficiency causes a weakening of the activities of some enzymes of carbohydrate and protein metabolism, resulting in the loss of sugar, which is important for fruit and berries. Especially the lack of potassium is manifested in growing sugar beets, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, fruit, silage crops and perennial grasses, which are associated with increased consumption of potassium.
Application: the scope of the fertilizer "Kalimag Super" - agriculture, forestry, home gardens.
In the autumn under the primary tillage, spring cultivation and root feeding. You can fertilize all types of soils. "Kalimag Super" - fertilizer, which successfully combines a high enough concentration of potassium mixed with the useful sodium, magnesium, calcium, sulfur, and also has valuable minerals: copper, manganese and zinc.
Methods of application: as a general fertilizer in autumn or early spring 2-4 weeks before planting with digging the soil.
The recommended average rate fertilizer "Kalimag Super":
Name c / x kg / Weaving:
• Potatoes 3.5
• Tomatoes 2
• Cucumbers 2.5
• Cabbage 4.5
• Carrots 3.5
• Lung and garlic 1.5
• Radish, turnip, rutabaga 3
• Sugar beet 4
• Len 4
• Silage crops (corn, sunflower, mixed seed "oats, peas, sunflower seeds,") 3
• Cereals (oats, winter wheat, barley), 2.5-3.5
• Forage (oats, canola, sugar beet) 3.5
• 30 grams of fruit-bearing trees in a sq. m
• berries, ornamental shrubs 15-30 grams per square meter
• seedlings, ornamentals, shrubs, 50-70 g per pit
• Trees 100-150 g at the pit