Potassium nitrate is otherwise called niter or saltpeter, which is a white solid soluble in water formed by the fractional crystallization of potassium and sodium nitrate solutions. It takes place naturally as niter in rocks in South Africa, Brazil, and India. When heated this compound decomposes to form oxygen and nitrite. It is non-deliquescent, unlike sodium nitrate.
Potassium nitrate helps plants by moving water, nutrients & carbohydrates in plants
Helps plants develop strong healthy roots
It helps make your plants more drought-tolerant and improves water absorption in the soil
Helps plants develop strong and healthy-looking leaves
It aids in photosynthesis DOSAGE & APPLICATION
To coat the seed of any crop, dilute 4–6ml of the product per L water and soak or spray on the seeds
The recommended dose of fertilizer through the drip irrigation method should be around 1–1.25ml of this product mixed with per litre of water considering the crop and soil type. When applying fertilizer through leafy spray method 1–1.25ml of this product should be mixed with per litre of water and should be used one week before flowering