|Pack Size||25 Kg Bag|
Potassium Phosphonates are systematically absorbed by the plant and are mobile, within the plant, trans-locating to the new growth, via both the phloem element and the xylem. They are a highly soluble form of Phosphorus and Potassium, which is beneficial to plant growth, rooting and root development, accelerating foliar uptake of other cations such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, and most micro elements. Not only does phosphite help roots, but is actually beneficial to the regeneration of mycorrhizae on the roots of trees. Phosphorus and Potassium, are rapidly absorbed by the leaf tissue and roots for maximum and efficient plant use by moving systemically upward and downward in the plants vascular system, phloem and including the root system.
he Phosphite is highly mobile in trees and moves bi-directional in the phloem and upward to the leaves in the vascular systems. Because Phosphite has one less oxygen molecule than phosphate, a higher degree of solubility and mobility, within the plant is achieved. This unique characteristic permits phosphites to be rapidly absorbed or taken up across the membranes of plant foliage and/or roots, in both their nutritive and plant protective roles, with immediate activity on contact. The efficiency of phosphite application in certain pathosystems is due to the fact that the plant presents better assimilation in the presence of phosphorus, making it capable of activating defense.
Phosphates vs. Phosphite
Many of us are familiar with MAP and DAP (mono and di- ammonium phosphate) and possibly even MKP (monopotassium phosphate) all of which provide phosphorous derived from phosphoric acid (H3PO4). Plants use phosphate in the form of HPO4 and H2PO4 which once applied to the soil is rapidly converted from fertilizers. Phosphite is completely different in nature from phosphate. Chemically phosphate and phosphite are similar, however phosphate has one more oxygen than phosphite and this markedly changes the nature and reactivity of the resultant molecule. These three oxygen molecules give phosphite formulations increased mobility in plant tissue and soils so that they can be successfully applied to all areas of the plant. The recognized, traditional source of phosphorus, as H3PO4, has long b
Application Rate: 2 to 3 gm per Liter of water for Spraying and 3 to 4 gm per liter of water for soil Drenching.
Compatibility: Compatible with almost all pesticides and fungicides.
Useful Against: Effective on all crops, Fruits and Vegetables (Grapes, Pomogranate,Wheat, Coffee, Black Pepper, Cotton, Rice,Orange, sugarcane, Tea, Coffee, Oil seed, Beans, Ginger, Onions, Papaya, Tomato and Potato,Strawbery,Apple,Turmeric,Cucumber,Capsicum ) and Grasses.
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