With an equivalent potassium content of 50 percent potassium oxide (K2O), commonly referred to as potash, Protassium+ provides the vital K plants need to resist drought, disease and promote healthy growth, yield, and harvest quality.
Often referred to as the fourth macronutrient, sulfur helps support plant functions that can affect yield, quality and marketability. Recent sulfur deficiencies point to the need to replenish the nutrient to help encourage more profitable results.
Many crop, turf and ornamental plants are particularly sensitive to chloride and salt. Continued application of potassium sources with a high chloride content or salt index can have a toxic effect, building up in the soil and contributing to lower yields, lower quality, poorer appearance and lost income.
Protassium+ has the lowest salt index per unit of K2O of all major potassium sources. For this reason, Protassium+ minimizes the risk of soil toxicity for added peace of mind and flexibility in application.