Agriton Group Bladkali TS

Land & animal husbandry use : Fertiliser, Foliar Spray

Agriton Group Bladkali TS

Bladkali is a Foliar Potassium fertiliser with added sulphur Crop Nutrition exactly when it is needed! (Equipment safe, No Scorch).

Potash is generally applied to the seedbed but is not required in large amounts until the crop is actively growing, usually months later on. Potash applied as a solid, salt-based fertiliser (e.g. muriate of potash and sulphate of potash) is highly soluble and might not be retained by the clay-humus complex. Once in solution, the potash salts can cause damage to the seed (by drawing out water), damage to the microbiome and damage to the structural integrity of clay particles.

Bladkali TS is a foliar fertiliser (0-0-25 & 42% SO3) that is crop (and soil) safe that can be applied tank-mixed with a spray programme – this means that the potash is targeted directly to the plant exactly when it needs it most.

Key features:

  • Feeds the crop when it needs it.
  • Absorbed by the epidermis.
  • Has no salt characteristics.
  • No leaf burn ( scorching).
  • Compatible with most fungicides/pesti- cides & herbicides.
  • Less bruising in potatoes.
  • Improved water transportation.
  • Improved trace element uptake.
  • stronger and more vital crop.
Agriton Group Bladkali TS

Specification for Agriton Group Bladkali TS

Fertiliser Foliar Spray
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Question: Can you use this on grass Answer:

Yes, Bladkali would be really good for grass especially ahead of times of drought or drying out. Potash plays a key role in water regulation and nutrient uptake so as water becomes limiting Bladkali can mitigate it for a while and even allow some nitrogen to be taken into the sward. This is even better in multi-species situations where there are likely to be deeper rooting species.

Bladkali also has a very healthy dollop of sulphur which is crucial for protein synthesis and, again, nitrogen uptake.

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  • Description

    Bladkali is a Foliar Potassium fertiliser with added sulphur Crop Nutrition exactly when it is needed! (Equipment safe, No Scorch).

    Potash is generally applied to the seedbed but is not required in large amounts until the crop is actively growing, usually months later on. Potash applied as a solid, salt-based fertiliser (e.g. muriate of potash and sulphate of potash) is highly soluble and might not be retained by the clay-humus complex. Once in solution, the potash salts can cause damage to the seed (by drawing out water), damage to the microbiome and damage to the structural integrity of clay particles.

    Bladkali TS is a foliar fertiliser (0-0-25 & 42% SO3) that is crop (and soil) safe that can be applied tank-mixed with a spray programme – this means that the potash is targeted directly to the plant exactly when it needs it most.

    Key features:

    • Feeds the crop when it needs it.
    • Absorbed by the epidermis.
    • Has no salt characteristics.
    • No leaf burn ( scorching).
    • Compatible with most fungicides/pesti- cides & herbicides.
    • Less bruising in potatoes.
    • Improved water transportation.
    • Improved trace element uptake.
    • stronger and more vital crop.
  • Specifications

    Fertiliser Foliar Spray
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    Question: Can you use this on grass Answer:

    Yes, Bladkali would be really good for grass especially ahead of times of drought or drying out. Potash plays a key role in water regulation and nutrient uptake so as water becomes limiting Bladkali can mitigate it for a while and even allow some nitrogen to be taken into the sward. This is even better in multi-species situations where there are likely to be deeper rooting species.

    Bladkali also has a very healthy dollop of sulphur which is crucial for protein synthesis and, again, nitrogen uptake.

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