HOLIST agro
PK 15-30

HOLIST agro

PK 15-30

It is intended for pre-sowing use in the cultivation of plants with high requirements in relation to potassium. The product should be first fertilized with winter and spring rape, beets, potatoes, maize, legumes, small wing butterflies cultivated in pure sowing, sunflower, all mustards and flax. Our fertilizer can also be used to fertilize vegetables that require good potassium supply.

PFC 1 (C) (I) (a) (ii): Multicomponent solid inorganic macronutrient fertilizer

Fertilizer formula: PK (Ca, S) 15-30 (+15 +7) / 6.5-24.9 (+10.7 +2.8)

Granulometry: Granules. The product 90% is in the form of granules with dimensions of 2.0-6.3 mm.
Bulk density: 0.85-1.05 kg / dm3

Phosphorus pentoxide2ABOUT5 total: 15% (6.5% P)
Phosphorus pentoxide2ABOUT5 water-soluble: 11% (4.8% P)
Phosphorus pentoxide2ABOUT5 soluble in neutral ammonium citrate: 12% (5.2% P)
Water-soluble potassium oxide K2O: 30% (24.9% K)
Total calcium oxide CaO: 15% (10.7% Ca)
Water-soluble calcium oxide CaO: 9% (6.4% Ca)
Sulfur trioxide SO3 water-soluble: 7% (2.8% S)

Product ingredients:
CMC 1 - Potassium chloride (CAS 7447-40-7)
CMC 1 - Enriched Superphosphate (CAS 65996-95-4)

Holist® agro PK 15-30 is a fertilizer for pre-sowing application (it is recommended to mix it with the soil), more information at www.nawozy.eu.

The amount of fertilizer doses should be determined on the basis of soil fertility (soil analysis) and plant demand (unit intake x assumed crop yield per ha). In spring crops, apply half of the planned dose of fertilizer in autumn. If needed, supplement the dose of potassium with e.g. potassium salt. Use in grassland in early spring and / or autumn. The fertilizer is intended only for professional users.

Approximate doses of Holist agro PK 15-30 in kg / ha (on soils with average potassium content)

Plant

Yield level

average

tall

Winter cereals:

250-300

350-450

Spring cereals

250-300

350-450

Winter rape

300-350

400-500

Maize

350-400

450-500

White beet*

350-400

450-500

Potato (harvested at full physiological maturity) *

200-300

350-450

Forage plants

250-300

350-400

Grasslands on mineral soils (meadows and pastures)

200-250

300-350

* without manure