ADOB® PK

Characteristics

ADOB® PK is a binary-nutrient, multifunctional liquid fertiliser for nourishing arable, vegetable, floriculture and orchard crops through foliar spray.

It contains high concentrations of phosphorus and potassium, with an analysis of 0-19-14 (N-P2O5-K2O respectively). As it is already in a liquid form, these nutrients are readily and quickly available to a broad range of target crops.

ADOB® PK is recommended as a side/top dressing when soil is relatively low in available phosphorus and/or potassium. In these conditions, it can prevent phosphorus and potassium deficiencies, especially under unfavourable weather conditions such as cold, waterlogging or occasional drought.

ADOB® PK improves plants’ water status, stimulates root development, boosts flowering and increases carbohydrate content in the fruits. Remarkable effects can be expected when crops grow on soils with a pH below 5.5 or above 7.2, in soils with highly sandy texture, and when a high rate of ammoniacal nitrogen has been applied. The fertiliser also boosts plants’ vigour, health and winter hardiness.

ADOB® PK

Packaging: 20, 1000 l

Features

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EC fertiliser

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liquid fertiliser

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preventive and corrective effect

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foliar application

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fast P and K deficiency correction

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macronutrient fertiliser

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enhanced water-stress resistance

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enhanced root development

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NutrientsSymbolContent
[% w/w]
Content
[% w/v]
Content
[g/l]
Form
Phosphorus pentoxideP2O519.025.0250.0soluble in a neutral-pH solution of ammonium citrate and water
Potassium oxideK2O14.019.0190.0soluble in water

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CropNumber of applications per seasonCrop phenological stageBBCH stageProduct application rate
[l/ha]
Spray solution application rate
[l/ha]
Arable crops
Cereals14-8 leaves14-188-10200-300
Rapeseed24-8 leaves14-185
beginning of stem elongation30-315
Maize14-6 leaves14-168
Potatoes2tuber formation40-496
fruit development70-736
Sugar beets14-6 leaves14-168
Legumes1stem elongation30-396
Vegetable crops
Bulb vegetables
e.g. onion, leek
2development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-455300-500
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts46-495
Cucurbits
e.g. pumpkin, zucchini, cucumber
2flowering, fruit development61-795
ripening of fruit and seeds81-895
Brassica plants
e.g. cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli
2development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-456-8
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts46-496-8
Root vegetables
e.g. carrot, celery, beet
2development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-454-6
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts46-494-6
Solanaceous
e.g. tomato, pepper, early potato
2fruit development71-795
ripening of fruit and seeds81-895
Legumes
e.g. bean, pea
2inflorescence emergence and flowering51-694-6
pod development, ripening of pods and seeds71-814-6
Orchard crops
Stone-fruit trees
e.g. sour cherry, sweet cherry
2-3white bud57-594-6500-800
fruit development72-794-6
Pome trees
e.g. apple, pear
2-3fruit development74-794-6
fruit ripening81-854-6
Soft fruits
e.g. strawberry, blueberry
2-3leaf development15-194-6300-500
flowering and fruit development65-794-6