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Potassium nitrate (KNO3) is a solvent wellspring of two significant fundamental plant supplements.

It is usually utilized as a compost for high-esteem crops that advantage from nitrate (NO3-) nourishment and a wellspring of potassium (K+) liberated from chloride (Cl-).
We transport in 25kg sacks and convey across the country.
25kg Bag Potassium Nitrate
25kg Bag Potassium Nitrate is a boring gem or white powder.
It is essentially applied in agribusiness (compound compost and foliar splash manure); drugs and catalyzer; pottery and finish; and so on
KNO3 99.4% min
Potassium Oxide(as K2O) 46.0% min
Nitrogen 13.0% min
Moisture 0.1% max
Sulphate(as SO4) 0.01% max
Chloride(as Cl) 0.03% max
Iron (as Fe) 0.002% max
Magnesium(as Mg) 0.004% max
Weighty Metal(as Pb) 0.001% max
Lucidity of Solution qualified

Pressed in 25 kgs pp woven sacks.
Agrarian use
Cultivators esteem treating with KNO₃ particularly in conditions where an exceptionally solvent, sans chloride supplement source is required. In such soils, all of the N is promptly accessible for plant take-up as nitrate, requiring no extra microbial activity and soil change.

Producers of high-esteem vegetable and plantation crops now and then really like to involve a nitrate-based wellspring of nourishment with an end goal to help yield and quality.

Potassium nitrate contains a generally high extent of K, with a N to K proportion of around one to three. Many yields have high K requests and can eliminate so a lot or more K than N at gather.

Utilizations of KNO₃ to the dirt are made before the developing season or as an enhancement during the developing season. A weakened arrangement is now and then splashed on plant foliage to animate physiological cycles or to defeat supplement inadequacies.

Foliar utilization of K during natural product improvement benefits a few yields, since this development stage, regularly matches with high K requests during the hour of declining root action and supplement take-up.

It is additionally regularly utilized for nursery plant creation and tank-farming society.

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Both N and K are expected by plants to help collect quality, protein development, infection obstruction, and water-use effectiveness. Ranchers regularly apply KNO₃ to soil or through the water system framework during the developing season to help sound development.

The moderately high solvency of KNO₃ under warm circumstances takes into consideration a more focused arrangement than for other normal K composts. Nonetheless, ranchers should cautiously deal with the water to hold the nitrate back from moving underneath the root zone.

Frequently Asked Questions about Potassium Nitrate (KNO3)

What is potassium nitrate?

Potassium nitrate (KNO3) is a soluble source of two important plant nutrients: potassium (K+) and nitrate (NO3-).

What are the uses of potassium nitrate?

  • Agriculture: Potassium nitrate is a popular fertilizer for high-value crops that benefit from both nitrate nitrogen and a chloride-free source of potassium.
  • Industry: It has applications in pharmaceuticals, catalysts, ceramics, and glassmaking.

What are the physical characteristics of potassium nitrate?

  • It appears as a colorless crystal or white powder.
  • It is highly soluble in water.

What is the composition of the 25kg bag of potassium nitrate you offer?

  • KNO3: Minimum 99.4%
  • Potassium Oxide (K2O): Minimum 46.0%
  • Nitrogen: Minimum 13.0%
  • Other components are present in very small amounts, including moisture, sulfate, chloride, iron, magnesium, and heavy metals.

Why do farmers prefer potassium nitrate in some situations?

  • Readily available nutrients: All the nitrogen in KNO3 is available as nitrate, which plants can easily absorb without needing soil microbes to convert it. This is beneficial in certain soil conditions.
  • Chloride-free: Unlike some other potassium fertilizers, KNO3 is free of chloride, which can be harmful to some crops.
  • High potassium content: KNO3 has a high concentration of potassium, essential for plant growth and quality.

How is potassium nitrate applied?

  • Soil application: It can be applied to the soil before planting or as a top dressing during the growing season.
  • Foliar application: A diluted solution can be sprayed on plant leaves to correct nutrient deficiencies or stimulate growth.

What are the benefits of foliar application of potassium nitrate?

  • Foliar application is particularly useful during fruit development when plants have high potassium demands but root uptake might be limited.

Is potassium nitrate safe for all plants?

While generally safe, it’s always recommended to follow best practices for fertilizer application specific to the crop you’re growing.


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