Potassium sulphate is a highly concentrated chlorine-free fertilizer which is designed for every type of crops, particularly chlorine-sensitive ones (tobacco plants, grapes, potatoes, citrus plants and others), cultivated on all types of soil and for all types of crops
Potassium sulphate can be used as a fertilizer for cultivation of chlorophobic crops in the open and sheltered ground and as a sulfur-containing fertilizer.
Researches of leading fruit growers show that the usage of potassium sulphate increases the content of water-soluble sucrose and vitamins in fruits and berries. The yield, cultivated with the potassium sulphate, is less exposed to the rot when put for storage. This fertilizer increases the cold resistance of perennial plants and helps them survive the winter without any damage or losses. Chlorine absence makes K2SO4 an irreplaceable participant in the process of chlorine-sensitive cruciferous plants, potatoes, lint, grapes and tobacco plants cultivation. The increase in sulfur concentration will have a beneficial effect on leguminous crops.
The weak alkaline reaction of К2SO4 water-solution promotes the neutralization of acid soil which facilitates macro- and microelements’ intake. If the pH level of the soil is higher than the average, К2SO4 water-solution reaction will have the opposite effect. In that case, beneficial nutrients are worse assimilated by plants.