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Potassium silicate fertilizer 20 lb.

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AgSil 16H, 20 pounds in a 3.5 gallon plastic bucket. Hydroponic grade Water Soluble Potassium Silicate fertilizer AgSil 16h potassium silicate offers growers these performance benefits in many agricultural applications: Provides resistance to mineral stress. Decreases climate stress. Improves strength. Increases growth and yield.
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AgSil 16H, 20 pounds in a 3.5 gallon plastic bucket.

Hydroponic grade Water Soluble Potassium Silicate fertilizer

AgSil® potassium silicate offers growers these performance benefits in many agricultural applications:

  • Provides resistance to mineral stress.
  • Decreases climate stress.
  • Improves strength.
  • Increases growth and yield.

AgSil® potassium silicate helps plants to resist toxicity from phosphorous, manganese, aluminum, and iron, and increases tolerance to salt 1. AgSil® potassium silicate also aids in resistance to drought by reducing water loss, and in some cases it may increase growth and yield 1-5.

Application of AgSil® potassium silicate improves leaf erectness, reduces susceptibility to lodging in grasses, and improves photosynthesis efficiency 1. For turf this can result in faster, healthier greens and athletic fields. Row crops, vine crops, ornamentals, and hydroponically grown plants can all benefit from potassium silicate supplementation.

This is a 1.6 weight ratio, hydrous potassium silicate powder with 32% K2O and 52.8% SiO2 and 14.8% H2O.

 

REFERENCES

  1. Marschner, H., Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants, Academic Press, 1995, pp. 417-426, 440-442.
  2. Datnoff, L.E., et al., “Influence of Silicon Fertilizer Grades on Blast and Brown Spot Development and on Rice Yields,” Plant Disease, October 1992, pp. 1011-1013.
  3. Miyake, Y. and E. Takahashi, “Effect of Silicon on the Growth of Cucumber Plant in Soil Culture,” Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 29 (4), 1983, pp. 463-471.
  4. Miyake, Y. and E. Takahashi, “Effect of Silicon on the Growth and Fruit Production of Strawberry Plants in a Solution Culture,” Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 32 (2), 1986, pp. 321-326.
  5. Miyake, Y. and E. Takahashi, “Silicon Deficiency of Tomato Plant,” Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 24, 1978, pp. 175-189.
  6. Schmidt, R.E., et al., “Response of Photosynthesis and Superoxide Dismutase to Silica Applied to Creeping Bentgrass Grown Under Two Fertility Levels,” J. Plant Nutrition, 22 (11), 1999, pp. 1763-1773.
  7. Posters presented at Silicon in Agriculture Conference, Sept. 26-30, 1999, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. “Effects of Silicon on the Seedling Growth of Creeping Bentgrass and Zoysiagrass,” by Z. Linjuan et al., China Agricultural University; “Influence of Silicon and Host Plant Resistance on Gray Leaf Spot Development in St. Augustinegrass,” by L.E. Datnoff and R.T. Nagata, University of Florida.
  8. Chen, J., et al., “Let’s Put the Si Back into Soil,” University of Florida, Mid-Florida Research and Education Center, Apopka, FL.
  9. Sebastian et al. Journal of AOA C International Vol. 96, No. 2, 2013.pdf

AgSil 16H soluble silicon, plant available silicon analysis results

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