Potassium chloride – a white fine-grained salt has some hygroscopicity.Purpose: used for sowing the ground making for all major types of soils under vegetables and potatoes, perennial fruit and berry plantings and ornamental crops. Especially effective is the use of potassium chloride on light-textured soils (sandy soil, sandy loam, light loam) and on peaty soils.Potassium chloride enhances soil fertility and correct potassium diet, as result has better tolerate drought and frost in plants, increasing productivity and quality of agricultural production, its safety during transportation and keeping quality during storage.Specific characters of lack of potassium – boundary burn leaves, their lethargy and overhang, the fragility and lodging of plants, the violation of flowering and fruiting
How to use:Potassium chloride is made as the primary fertilizer in autumn or early spring (2-4 weeks before planting) for digging soil.Precautions: during such work, you cannot drink, smoke or eat. After work, wash hands and face with soap, rinse your mouth. Store it in a dry place, away from food and medicine, childproof. If you are working wit it, use rubber gloves and gauze bandages. It does not form toxic compounds in the air, incombustible, fire-explosion-proof.First aid for poisoning
In poisoning, seek medical advice immediately! First aid measures:
* by skin contact – wash with soap and water;
* In case of eye – wash it with plenty of water;
* In case of poisoning through the gastric tract – to drink several glasses of warm water or slightly pink solution of potassium acid manganese.