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Chart of the Month: How foliar fertilisers work

Apr 3, 2012

With foliar fertilisers, the nutrients are applied directly to the leaves of the crops. This type of fertiliser is particularly suited to quickly alleviating nutrient deficiencies that occur for a short time. more

Technical Articles: K+S sees bigger role for potash as UK gets drier

Mar 23, 2012

A contribution authored by Chris Lyddon, published in the trade magazine FarmBusiness volume 10th February 2012, Groombridge, UK. more

Higher grain corn yields with Korn-Kali® on sandy soil in France

Mar 13, 2012

In the southwest of France, grain corn yields can reach a high level with appropriate nutrient supply and irrigation. Which of the potassium fertilisers has the best effect? more

ESTA® Kieserit increases profit of rape in Ukraine

Feb 22, 2012

In a field trial, ESTA® Kieserit shows a higher effect on yield and oil content of rape than NPK fertiliser. Even more, an economic analysis identifies the ideal quantity. more

Patentkali® shows high effect on orange yields in Spain

Feb 16, 2012

Spain is one of the most important citrus producers in the world, especially for oranges. A field trial shows how to increase yields significantly. more

Chart of the Month: Spring fertilizing – Ensure quality and yield now

Jan 16, 2012

A needs-based supply of nutrients is the prerequisite for high yields and good quality crops. Now is the time to create an optimal basis for this with spring fertilizing. more

K+S KALI GmbH official sponsor at TROPENTAG 2011

Nov 22, 2011

TROPENTAG 2011 took place this October at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität Bonn, Germany. Around 800 visitors from 81 countries took part in the most important European conference on development-oriented agricultural research. more

Potato Europe 2011: Drought stress and fertiliser use – a field demonstration of K+S KALI GmbH

Sep 2, 2011

Longer periods without precipitation forced farmers to maintain yields under unfavourable weather conditions. Therefore, all available measures in crop production need to be utilised to optimize the use of the limited resource water. more

SOPIB Award 2011 for “Influence of the application of sulphate of potash on the yield and quality of citrus fruits and pineapples”

Jul 19, 2011

As representative of the SOPIB Board, Nicholas White presented the SOPIB Award 2011 to Jose Antonio Quaggio for his outstanding work in the field of the influence of the application of sulphate of potash on the yield and quality of citrus fruits and pineapples. more

K+S UK & Eire Ltd: Nutrient wheel launched at Cereals 2011

Jun 1, 2011

K+S UK & Eire Ltd are delighted to be in attendance on stand I951 at Cereals 2011 at Boothby Graffoe, Lincoln. The event is being used to launch a newly developed field calculator. more

What needs to be taken into consideration when setting up new wildlife browsing areas?

Apr 15, 2011

Below, Dr. Karl-Heinz Neuner, Regional Consultant for K+S KALI GmbH in Germany, will clarify the basic criteria for setting up new wildlife browsing areas. more

Improvement of wildlife habitats – proper fertilisation plays an important role

Apr 12, 2011

Hunting and forestry laws demand an adaptation of the large game population to local farming practice and to the landscape. The creation and maintenance of specific habitats has been included in the appropriate catalogue of measures (wildlife preservation). more

Chart of the Month: Potassium for Optimal Water Supply and Water Use Efficiency of Plants

Apr 6, 2011

The uptake of water by the plant’s root and the transport of the water to other parts of the plant are significantly determined by potassium. more

Fertile Soils for High-performance Crops, through Balanced Fertilisation

Mar 10, 2011

In order to thrive, plants require nutrients and trace minerals. For sustaining long-term fertility, the nutrients removed by the plants need to be returned to the soil. more

Chart of the Month: Soil is a Natural Water Reservoir – Potassium Supports Retention

Mar 3, 2011

Potassium does not only increase yields. This nutrient also influences soil stability, due to precipitated potassium salts, significantly increasing the soil’s water retention properties. more

Chart of the Month: Magnesium – Important for Every Stage of Plant Growth

Feb 10, 2011

It is a well-known fact that magnesium plays an important role in the formation of chlorophyll and in photosynthesis. Recent research results, however, have shown that storage organs, such as roots, tubers and grains, are also significantly affected by a deficit. more

A New Year – a New Look: The current ad campaign of the K+S KALI GmbH perfectly expresses the strengths of the company’s potassium and magnesium fertilisers

Jan 31, 2011

K+S KALI GmbH starts off the new year with a great new ad campaign. To agents and to farmers, this means: all advantages at one glance, and even more fun with the K+S KALI GmbH’s products. more

Belgium: Expo Report Interpom-Primeurs in Kortijk

Jan 25, 2011

Interpom-Primeurs is a bi-annual trade fair with a special emphasis on intensive farming, particularly of vegetables and potatoes. Between 28 and 30 November 2010, 14,000 visitors attended the fair. K+S KALI GmbH was one of the exhibitors. more

South Africa: Omnia Nutriology impressed with physical quality of K+S KALI products

Dec 23, 2010

Omnia Nutriology have for many decades, been a major manufacturer and distributor of fertiliser in the Sothern African market, and have been a long standing customer of K+S KALI for our MOP. more

Technical Article: Magnesium: A Forgotten Element in Crop Production

Dec 22, 2010

A contribution authored by Ismail Cakmak and Atilla M. Yazici, Istanbul, Turkey, published in the trade magazine Better Crops with Plant Food, volume 2010 Number 3, Mississauga, Canada. more

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