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Fertilisation in Bulgaria made easier by new fertilisation manual

Aug 6, 2014

The project “Best Management Practices for Sustainable Crop Nutrition”, which had been started during the winter of 2008, has now been completed. The project's objective was to improve cultivation systems in Bulgaria by improving the efficiency and sustainability of plant nutrient application and by creating user-friendly tools for the development of fertilisation recommendations. more

Increased SOP Advisory Service in India

Jun 5, 2014

Since October 2013 K+S Fertilizers (India) Pvt. Ltd. and its partner Indian Potash Limited (IPL) have joined forces concerning new activities regarding SOP. more

K+S UK & Eire Ltd. at Cereals 2014 – The UK's Leading Agri-Exhibition

May 12, 2014

Enter our prize draw at Cereals to win an iPad Air by correctly guessing our carefully manipulated nutrient deficiency pots and learn about nutrient deficiency symptoms. more

Now available: KALI-TOOLBOX-App

Apr 9, 2014

The new KALI-TOOLBOX-App allows you to access important information on mineral fertilisation, anywhere, anytime. This free app makes it a lot easier to identify and to address deficiency symptoms. more

Nutrients for potato quality

Mar 21, 2014

In potato cultivation, the focus is not only on yield quantity, but also on a number of quality parameters. Many of these quality characteristics can be controlled via nutrient supply – an overview. more

K+S KALI GmbH and IPNI publish first project results: Splitting up the required volume of complex fertilisers is ideal for oil palm cultivation on sandy soils

Feb 14, 2014

First results of the Best Management Practice Project on optimum nutrient management for oil palms on Kalimantan, Indonesia, show: Splitting up the required volume of complex fertilisers is the best solution on sandy soils. more

Potato Fertilisation – Potassium Sulphate or Potassium Chloride?

Dec 2, 2013

The question as to which form of potassium is best may well be the most important issue in the management of potato fertilisation. The decision is greatly influenced by the potatoes’ intended use and by the type of soil they grow in. more

Magnesium – the “forgotten” Nutrient for Oil palm

Nov 18, 2013

A balanced nutrition with nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and magnesium increases yield and oil formation in the oil palm. The Best Management Practice project in Colombia and Ecuador is demonstrating an approach where a balanced fertiliser program is used to increase yield sustainable at existing oil palm areas without converting rainforest into oil palm plantations. K+S KALI GmbH presented this approach at the first oil palm conference in Guatemala. more

Potato Europe 2013 – lively exchange on potato quality through potassium and magnesium fertilisation plus chips for tasting

Oct 16, 2013

The Potato Europe 2013 took place in Emmeloord in the Netherlands. The visitors exchanged ideas with the staff of K+S KALI GmbH regarding the positive influence on the processing quality of the potatoes fertilised with potassium and magnesium. K+S KALI GmbH offered sample chips seasoned with KaliSel®. Potatoes fertilised with Patentkali® were used for production of the chips. more

Autumn application serves as a basis for high yields next year

Sep 27, 2013

Autumn fertilisation creates excellent conditions for crops to take off; it increases their winter hardiness and generally improves yields and quality. International trial results have shown the advantages of an early nutrient supply. more

Come see us at the Potato Europe, on 11 and 12 September 2013

Aug 30, 2013

This year’s Potato Europe will take place in Emmeloord, in the Netherlands. Come see us at the K+S KALI GmbH stand, and find out how balanced plant nutrition helps to increase potato yield and quality, and even secures yields under drought conditions. more

K+S UK & Eire Ltd.: ‘Turbo-Magnesium’ at Cereals 2013 – The UK's Leading Agri-Exhibition

Jun 11, 2013

K+S UK & Eire Ltd. are delighted to be exhibiting at 'Cereals 2013' on 12th & 13th June at Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire. This year, on stand 9-I-952, sees their 'Turbo-Magnesium' campaign which will focus on the importance of this essential and irreplaceable crop nutrient within UK agriculture. more

Technical Articles: Nutrition needs come under fresh scrutiny

Mar 7, 2013

A contribution published in the trade magazine CPM rotational roots in December 2012, Shrewsbury, UK. more

EPSO Products Reduce Premature Leaf Drop in Apple Cultivation

Jan 29, 2013

The cause of the increased occurrence of leaf spot in apple trees is not yet known. Recent trial results from K+S KALI GmbH however indicate that a sufficient supply of manganese and magnesium help to alleviate symptoms of the disease by reducing premature leaf drop. more

Technical Articles: Don’t risk curtailed yield by providing ineffective magnesium application

Jan 10, 2013

A contribution published in the trade magazine Agronomist & Arable Farmer in spring 2012, Groombridge, UK. more

Technical Articles: The forgotten nutrient

Dec 10, 2012

A contribution authored by Andrew Blake, published in the trade magazine crop production magazine on volume March 2012, Shrewsbury, UK. more

Technical Articles: Soaking up the sulphur

Nov 26, 2012

A contribution authored by Andrew Blake, published in the trade magazine crop production magazine on volume February 2012, Shrewsbury, UK. more

Come and see us at the Potato Europe 2012,
12 - 13 September 2012!

Aug 31, 2012

Discover our laboratory for plants with deficiency symptoms, and use the opportunity to find out about the solutions provided by our “Turbo-Magnesium”-products. Our experts will be available, as will be our new Deficiency Symptoms ABC. more

Preventing Frost Damage: Potassium Will Help

Aug 27, 2012

Temperatures way below the freezing point cause stress for plants, and may lead to considerable damage. This past winter, 660.000 hectares of cereals and rape were affected in Germany alone. But injury by frost threatens crops in many regions of the world. A balanced supply of nutrients helps to reduce this risk. more

The Rediscovery of the Mineral Magnesium

Jun 13, 2012

The first interdisciplinary symposium on magnesium drew more than 120 participants from 30 countries. The experts emphasized the significance of the nutrient magnesium, for the benefit of plants, humans and animals. more

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