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Pulverized Sulphate of Potash NPK 0-0-51

Pulverized Sulphate of Potash NPK 0-0-51

Pulvirized Sulphate of Potash NPK 0-0-51

3 Lbs. Bag

 

Natural Sulfate of Potash (K2SO4) is a natural potash mineral that contains 51 percent soluble potash and 18 percent sulfur. It also contains trace amounts of calcium and magnesium. Potassium is second only to nitrogen in terms of the abundance needed for plants. Many crops use as much as 250# of potash per acre per year.

 

Organic Garden Sulphate of Potash Application Instructions

Product Name: Sulphate of Potash (Potassium Sulfate)

Type: Organic Fertilizer

Usage: Soil Amendment and Plant Nutrient Booster

Step-by-Step Application Guide:

1. Preparing for Application:

  • Ensure that your organic garden is prepared for planting and has well-draining soil.

2. Choosing the Right Time:

  • Apply sulphate of potash in early spring before planting, during the growing season, or when flowering and fruiting stages begin.
  • Avoid applying during rainy or wet periods to prevent nutrient runoff.

3. Dosage Guidelines:

  • Refer to the product packaging for specific dosage recommendations. Follow the guidelines closely to prevent over-application.
  • Generally, use 1-2 tablespoons per square foot of garden area.

4. Application Methods: Choose one of the following methods:

a. Broadcasting:

  • Sprinkle the recommended amount of sulphate of potash evenly over the garden bed's surface.
  • Gently rake or till the soil to incorporate the fertilizer into the top layer (1-2 inches) of soil.

b. Row Application:

  • For row crops, create furrows or rows where you'll plant your seeds or transplants.
  • Sprinkle the sulphate of potash along the sides of the furrows or rows before covering them with soil.

c. Container Plants:

  • Mix the recommended amount of sulphate of potash into the potting mix before planting.
  • For established container plants, spread the fertilizer evenly over the top of the soil and water it in.

5. Watering After Application:

  • After applying sulphate of potash, water the garden thoroughly to help the fertilizer dissolve and reach the plant roots.

6. Maintenance and Precautions:

  • Avoid applying sulphate of potash in excess, as it can lead to imbalanced nutrient levels and harm plants.
  • Monitor your plants for any signs of over-fertilization, such as yellowing leaves or stunted growth. If this occurs, reduce the amount of fertilizer used.

7. Storage and Handling:

  • Store the product in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.
  • Keep the package tightly sealed to prevent moisture absorption and clumping.

8. Additional Tips:

  • Combine sulphate of potash with other organic fertilizers to provide a balanced nutrient profile for your plants.
  • Regularly amend your soil with organic matter to improve overall soil health and nutrient availability.

Remember, following the manufacturer's instructions and considering your specific garden's needs are essential for successful and safe application. Always prioritize sustainable and responsible gardening practices in your organic garden.

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Organic Garden Raw Bone Meal Application Instructions

Product Name: Raw Bone Meal Type: Organic Fertilizer Usage: Soil Amendment and Source of Phosphorus and Calcium

Step-by-Step Application Guide:

1. Preparing for Application:

  • Ensure your organic garden is ready for planting and has well-draining soil.
  • Conduct a soil test to determine its phosphorus levels and the need for bone meal.

2. Choosing the Right Time:

  • Apply raw bone meal before planting, during initial growth stages, or when transplanting.
  • Avoid applying in excessive amounts or too frequently to prevent nutrient imbalances.

3. Dosage Guidelines:

  • Refer to the product packaging for specific dosage recommendations. Adhere closely to prevent over-application.
  • Typically, apply 1-2 tablespoons per square foot of garden area.

4. Application Methods: Select one of the following methods:

a. Incorporation:

  • Sprinkle the recommended amount of raw bone meal evenly over the soil surface.
  • Gently rake or till the soil to mix the bone meal into the top layer (1-2 inches) of soil.

b. Planting Holes:

  • When transplanting or planting seeds, place a small amount of bone meal in the planting hole before adding soil and the plant.
  • This helps provide direct contact between the roots and nutrients.

c. Row Application:

  • For row crops, apply bone meal along the sides of the rows or furrows before covering with soil.

5. Watering After Application:

  • Water the garden thoroughly after applying bone meal to aid in its dissolution and nutrient absorption.

6. Maintenance and Precautions:

  • Avoid excessive use of bone meal, as high phosphorus levels can negatively impact soil health.
  • Monitor your plants for signs of over-fertilization, such as excessive foliage growth but limited flowering/fruiting.

7. Storage and Handling:

  • Store the product in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and moisture.
  • Seal the package tightly to prevent moisture infiltration and maintain the quality of the bone meal.

8. Additional Tips:

  • Combine raw bone meal with compost or other organic fertilizers to create a more balanced nutrient mix.
  • Rotate your crops annually to avoid phosphorus buildup in the soil.

Remember, adhering to the manufacturer's guidelines and considering the specific needs of your garden are crucial for successful and safe application. Strive for responsible and sustainable gardening practices to nurture your organic garden's health and productivity.

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