K595: C018

Brief Overview
A high purity, neutral pH potassium solution for foliar application with greater tank mix compatibility.

Key Features (g/l)
K2O 595.

Application Recommendations

Crop Application Recommendations Timings
Apples and Pears 5 L/Ha At bud burst. Also, two to three applications of 5 L/Ha in intervals of 10-14 days starting at petal fall.  A further application may be required after harvest but before leaf fall. Water rate: 500 L/Ha.
Brassicas 5 L/Ha At 4-6 leaves.  Repeat as required in intervals of 10-14 days. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Blackcurrants (field grown) 5 L/Ha At start of flowering.  Water rate: 200 to 500 L/Ha.
Carrots 5 L/Ha When crop is 15cm tall.  In case of moderate to severe deficiency repeat same rate at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Cereals 5 L/Ha From early tillering to second node detectable (Zadok’s GS 21 to 32). Repeat as necessary in intervals of 10-14 days between these growth stages. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Cherries 3-5 L/Ha 3 applications of 3 to 5 L/Ha from stone hardening, with repeat applications in intervals of 10-14 days and again after harvest before leaf fall. Water rate:  500 to 1,000 L/Ha.
Grass (amenity)/Turf 10 L/Ha With the beginning of new growth in the spring.  Repeat applications can be made at the same rate in intervals of 14 days where required.  Water rate:  500 to 1,000 L/Ha.
Leeks (field grown) 5 L/Ha 14 days after transplanting or where direct sown when the crop is 15cm tall.  Repeat applications may be made where necessary in intervals of 10-14 days.  Water rate:  200 L/Ha.
Lettuce (field grown) 5 L/Ha 14 to 20 days after the 4-6 leaf stage.  Repeat if necessary at 10 day intervals.  Do not apply within 1 month of harvest. Water rate: 500 L/Ha.
Maize 5 L/Ha At the 4 to 8 leaves. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Oilseed Rape 5 L/Ha At the 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat as necessary in 10-14 day intervals. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Onions (field grown) 5 L/Ha When there is sufficient leaf area to intercept the spray. Water rate: 200 to 500 L/Ha.
Potatoes 10 L/Ha One application of 10 L/Ha or two applications of 5 L/Ha during tuber bulking (from when tubers are at least 10mm diameter).  Allow an interval of 10-14 days between applications. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Strawberries, Raspberries (field grown) 5 L/Ha At green bud. Water rate: 200 to 500 L/Ha.
Sugar Beet 5 L/Ha From 16 leaf stage.  Repeat applications in intervals of 10-14 days where required. Water rate: 200 L/Ha.
Vines (wine grapes only) 3-5 L/Ha At fruit set, pea-sized berries and first colour softening/one month before harvest.  Water rate:  200 to 500 L/Ha.

A Great Potash should only be stored in its original container. The product should be stored away from direct sunlight and in frost free conditions, between 5˚C and 35˚C. Slight thickening can be a product characteristic under certain conditions. Containers should be shaken before use and rinsed thoroughly. Thickened product entering the spray tank will naturally disperse when mixed and diluted.

Instructions for Use
Read the label before use. Shake bottle well before use. Half fill spray tank with water and begin agitation. Empty the required quantity into the spray tank, mix until dissolved or dispersed and add the balance of the water. Ensure agitation is maintained throughout the spraying operation. Do not allow the spray tank agitation to stop whilst product remains in the tank. Apply to the crop.

A Great Potash is tank mixable with most spray applied chemicals. Read all labels carefully and adhere to the instructions for use and advice regarding whether or not the products should be co-applied. If mixing products in the spray tank, add product first. Many variables outside the control of Safagrow can influence the performance of co-applied products and therefore co-application is entirely at the risk of the end user.

Do not allow product to enter water courses un-diluted. Triple rinse emptied containers adding the rinsate to the spray tank. Handle empty containers and their residues as established and in accordance with local legislation and guidance.

A Great Potash is a non-hazardous, non flammable product and does not pose any significant health risk if used in accordance with the label and usage information. The correct Personal Protective Equipment must be worn whilst using, please refer to SDS section 7. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not store near food. Do not reuse container.

Safagrow guarantees the content of the components as indicated on the label. The buyer assumes all risks regarding the use and management of the product.

The product is compatible and can be mixed with many pesticides and nutrients but not all. However, Safagrow cannot accept any liability for any loss or damage resulting from tank mixes, as it is impossible to screen all possible mixes and conditions. Safagrow recommends the buyer tests the proposed mix on a small scale first.