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Potassium, the third of three elements in healthy soil nutrition, can greatly increase crop yields. It aids in water absorption and retention, also encourages strong roots, sturdy stems, and healthy, full grown crops that have longer shelf life.
Potassium is in the soil naturally in two forms, one of the forms is able to be absorbed into the plant, while the other is unavailable to the plant. Many agricultural crops depend on abundant supply of potassium so they must rely on fertilizers and soil amendments to add to the potassium that’s in soil. Agricultural products that contain potassium are water soluable, allowing it to be absorbed by crops in through the nutrient rich soil.
Healthy plants use potassium in the cell system that uses water, the stomata. Potassium aids the plant in using water efficiently, preventing many diseases and heat damage. Potassium helps cycle nutrients through leaves, roots, and stems.
Ensure proper potassium nutrition in your soybean, alfalfa, or corn crops for increased crop yield with biological soil amendments from Pro-Soil.
Sources of potassium
Importance of potassium
Deficiency symptoms of potassium
Sulphur is an essential building block for all life on earth, and it is critical in agriculture. Sulphur is crucial in a number of key processes in the crop:
Sources of sulphur
Importance of sulphur
Ways through which sulphur can be lost.
Deficiency symptoms of sulphur
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