with Fulvic Acid

Potassium is very mobile in the plant. It plays a primordial role in cation absorption, in the accumulation of carbohydrates and proteins, in the control of cell turgor and in the regulation of water consumption by the plant. Potassium improves resistance to frost, drought and diseases. It is essential for the transfer of carbohydrates to the sinks (grains, tubers, bulbs, etc.) Deficiencies usually appear on older leaves. They will cause a yellowing or necrosis of the edges of leaves. An important addition or high levels of potassium can induce deficiencies of magnesium and of calcium. When applied with fungicides, it will improve the effectiveness of the fungicide and increase crop yield. Formats: 10L, 200L, 1000L

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Summer 2016 Bulletin

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