Quad K provides highly available potassium for soil and turf and may be used as a substitute for, or strategic management supplement to, granular potassium amendment.
Potassium is a key element in transpiration, cold, heat, and wear tolerance. Higher respiration rates are a typical feature of potassium deficiency. Quad K is a patent-pending soluble potassium powder derived from chelated potassium sources, designed to maximize beneficial, immediately available potassium in the soil. It is formulated with advanced, proprietary technology to achieve total solubility, and is organically complexed to ensure rapid availability. Quad K will provide immediately available potassium and makes good agronomic sense to use after a sodium flush or heavy rains, during aerification, prior to winter for hardening off, and at spring dormancy break. Quad K also contains carbon-rich, organic sequestering agents to encourage proper release of potassium ions for soil and plant activity.
Soluble Potash (K2O) 45.00%
Derived from potassium sulfate and three organic acid chelates of potassium.
Also contains carbon-rich, organic sequestering agents to encourage proper release of potassium ions for soil and plant activity.
44 lb (20 kg) pail
PROFESSIONAL USE GUIDELINES
Quad K should be the first thing added to the agitating water in the spray tank. Slowly add Quad K to the point of greatest agitation turbulence. DO NOT ADD MORE THAN 20kg TO 300 GAL (1200 L) OF WATER IN THE SPRAY TANK. DO NOT ALLOW THE MIXTURE TO SIT WITHOUT AGITATION. If sprayer has weak agitation, it may be desirable to “slurry” material with warm water prior to addition to the spray tank. Apply with any equipment that delivers the desired amount of material to the target area. Spray equipment will ideally have screens and strainers with openings of 50 mesh or larger. Lightly water in immediately after application to prevent a light residue from forming on the grass blades.
RATE OF APPLICATION:
Apply 22 lb/acre (0.5 lb / 1000 sq ft) (20 kg/ha).
Do not tank mix Quad K with any product(s) until compatibility has first been established by using the standard jar test method.of the total spray volume to be applied.