Questions tagged: sulphate of potash

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Jeanne
Answer: Hi Jeanne, try applying sulphate of potash in liquid formevery 2 weeks for a while, avoid high nitrogen fertilisers such as chicken manure. This s...
Answered: 10:33AM, 16 Dec 2009
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Marilyn
Answer: Dear Marilyn, Potassium promotes chlorophyll production and plays an important part in the strength of cells and the movement of water in plants. ...
Answered: 04:10PM, 13 Sep 2010
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Earle
Answer: Dear Earle, The dilution rate for Sulphate of Potash is to dissolve 20 grams of product into 9 litres of water and apply via a watering can over 2 ...
Answered: 03:43PM, 26 Oct 2010
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Gary
Answer: Hi Gary, Potato E is not a fertiliser produced by Yates. It is obviously a product produced in WA by another company. It could well be a complete ...
Answered: 02:31PM, 24 Jan 2013
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Anna
Answer: Hi Anna, The product is not registered to be used as a foliar spray. It can be applied in a dry form at the rate of 10 grams per square metre and ...
Answered: 02:36PM, 12 Jun 2013
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Gavin
Answer: Hi Gavin, The sulphate of Potash in the Yates range is a fine powder. Your roses would benefit from a monthly application of sulphate of potash to ...
Answered: 12:51PM, 19 Aug 2013