Kalium dissolves potassium from the soil to the plant, which helps in the formation of pro monoacidades increases disease resistance in plants and crops. Kalium increases the productive capacity of the land produces growth hormone in plants. Due to which there is good growth of the crop.


Potassium (K) is the second major nutrient in crop cultivation after nitrogen in the fertilization process. Among the minerals, potassium and nitrogen (N) are required in larger quantities than other micro and macro elements. Among the plant nutrients, K is known to regulate cell membrane permeability and stomata opening especially in guard cells of epidermis in leaves and imparting drought tolerance of young and mature tea plants (Verma and Palani, 1997).

In plants, K act as regulator since it constituents of various important enzymes of drought tolerance and water-use efficiency. For the optimum growth, crops need more K than actual requirement needed (Simonsson et al., 2007).

Method of Application : 

  • Before application (3 to 4hrs), dissolve in sufficient water.
  • Dose – 250g/acre is sufficient which can be applied through irrigation, drenching, sprinklers or any other suitable method.
  • To get Good results apply the Kalium after flowering to boost the yield level.

Crops :

CEREALS : Paddy, Wheat, Maize & Barley.

VEGETABLES : Tomato, Chilli, Capsicum, Eggplant, Potato, Cole crops, Cucumbers, Onion, Carrot, Beetroots and others.

FRUITS : Guava, Grapes, Banana, Apple, Citrus crops and others.

OIL CROPS :  Ground nut, Soyabean, Mustard and others.

FLOWERS : Petunia, Pansy, Verbena, Zinnia, Dahlia, Daisy, Phlox and others.

PULSES : Beans, Chickpea, Pea and others.

Others Crops : Tea, Cofee, Sugarcane, Cotton etc.

Composition :

Carrier base : Wettable Powder

Safety Precautions :

  • Do not mix the powder with any type of chemical based fertilizers or pesticides.
  • Keep out of Children and avoid eye contact
  • Use under guidance of agronomist.



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