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Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 is a great source of potassium. Potassium is a primary plant nutrient that helps plants to grow vigorously and aids against plant nutritional diseases. Plants that grow below ground such as carrots, potatoes, and onions benefit greatly from Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash by promoting tuber and root growth.
|Active Ingredient:||Muriate of Potash
Soluble Potash - 60%
|For use in:||Plants which develop below ground such as dahlias, gladiolas, potatoes, carrots, onions, etc.
Helps produce strong, sturdy stalks and colorful blooms
|Application:||1/2 lb per 100 sq. ft. (1/2 lb. for 100 ft. row of crop)
* NOT recommended for Container Grown Plants
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|Yield:||4 lbs. covers 800 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||4.01 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||VPG (Mfg. Number: 32145)|
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By Jim in greenville north carolina on 11/06/2016
Fast shipping and just what I needed.
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04/14/2015 Ryan from Framingham, Ma
QCan I apply at the same time as other fertilizer?
Got a 3-.5-3 nutrient recommendation from my soil test last fall. I was planning on putting down scott's turfbuilder 32-0-4 but I also need to put down some potash to get the potassium up. Can I apply this at the same time as the Scott's?
AAccording to the manufacturer, a fertilizer should not be used at the same time as the Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60. A fertilizer can be applied 3-4 weeks after.
07/09/2013 Bonnie from The Villages
QCan I use Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 for my lawn? What would I have to do to avoid burning? thanks
ATo make an accurate recommendation as to a no burn application, we would need to know exactly what nutrients your lawn is lacking. Please contact your local extension office and speak with the master gardener on staff for advise on what your lawn is lacking.
QHow often should you apply potash to vegetables garden?
AWe would recommend apply potash when the soil become depleted of potassium.
06/13/2013 Ann from Canton, Mi
QWould this help our tulip tree...
to bear flowers? Is this the right stuff to use?
ATo make an accurate recommendation we would need to know exactly what nutrients your tulip tree is lacking. Please contact your local extension office and speak with the master gardener on staff for advise on what the tulip tree is lacking.