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Protassium+

An Essential Macronutrient

Potassium (K) is one of the three essential macronutrients, along with nitrogen and phosphorus. Potassium is vital for a plant to resist drought and disease as well as for promoting healthy growth. Your crops need proper potassium levels to assure quality, appearance, overall yield and harvest success.

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Fostering growth

The Role of Potassium

Potassium is required for supporting the physiological development of a crop by activating over 80 plant enzymes. Additionally, potassium is responsible for:

  • Improving plants' water use through regulation of photosynthesis and transpiration
  • Enhancing nitrogen use and increasing protein production
  • Boosting overall plant health and the crop's ability to withstand disease, pests and drought stress

Symptoms of a potassium deficiency in plants can include curling leaf tips, interveinal chlorosis, marginal scorch bronzing and spots on the under surface of leaves.

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Vital to Replenish

The Elevated Need for Potassium in Plants

Some plants take up potassium more than any other nutrient. For that reason, effective fertility programs need to consider K replenishment rates that are at least adequate to replace the amounts of potassium removed by the crop. Otherwise you risk longer-term soil depletion which can impact later yields.

A reduction in potassium application for cost concerns may appear attractive in the short term, but the long-term effect may end up costing you much more.

On the other hand, correcting a potassium soil deficiency can quickly add up to more than what you saved by skipping an application, when you factor in the yield advantage of effective fertilization. 

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Protassium+

A Rich Source of Potassium

Protassium+® (sulfate of potash) is a 100% natural source of the vital potassium that plants need for optimal growth and development. Unlike other K sources, Protassium+:

  • Is a unique, rich, dual-nutrient that provides balanced amounts of potassium and sulfur in the sulfate form, without the unnecessary nutrients found in some alternatives
  • Contains virtually no chloride, which in excess can weaken stands and injure young plants
  • Has the lowest salt index of all major potassium sources, helping to minimize the damage that salt can do to plants and soil systems

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1 Adapted from Better Crops with Plant Food. Vol. 94. Issue No. 4, 2010. Reference #10134/Nov. 2010