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Potassium Nitrate

Potassium Nitrate, also known as saltpeter, is a popular fertilizer among gardeners and farmers. It is a compound that contains potassium and nitrogen, two essential nutrients that plants need to grow.

*Promotes more efficient use of water.

*Improves efficiency of other fertilizers.

*Provides increased yield, shape & color of fruit.

*Increases plant resistance to diseases & adverse environmental conditions.


What is it?

Potassium Nitrate is also called Nitrate of Potash, Niter, and SaltPeter. It is also found naturally in India and Spain, but the world manufactures it after reacting Potassium chloride with nitrate.

Potassium nitrate is now used by every gardener because of the benefits it provides to all plants, not just Vegetable ones. Following are the reasons why Potassium Nitrate is good for Garden Vegetables:

Best For Every Type Of Soil

Potassium nitrate is an excellent fertilizer because it can be added to any kind of soil. Whether you have clay or sandy soil, or high or low pH soil, you can apply Potassium Nitrate.

Absorption Is Quicker

Whenever someone asks, “Why is potassium nitrate good for garden vegetable plants?” I tell them about the absorption in full detail.

A fertilizer that is slow in effect is neither good nor desirable. Luckily, Potassium Nitrate Fertilizer can dissolve quickly and is readily available for garden vegetable plants. There is no need for any other microbial application or soil transformation.

Potassium nitrate water-soluble fertilizer is the best because it releases nutrients quickly. Plants uptake them, utilize them and grow to the full extent.

Generally, people ask about adding Potassium nitrate to a liter or gallon of water.

How to use it?

How much potassium nitrate per liter of water?

316 gram of Potassium nitrate is dissolved in 1 liter of water. Then, the mixture is poured into the spray bottle to apply.

How much potassium nitrate per gallon of water?

You should add 5.8 ounces of Potassium Nitrate to a gallon of water.

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