Potassium is an anionic mineral like Calcium, but the use of large amounts of potassium for anionic energy will result in a large vegetative plant, and will likely not produce exceptional levels of sugar due to the increased water held by the excess potassium. Excess magnesium levels in the soil will cause complications with structure and hydration. Excess amounts of sulfur will tie up available calcium.

  • Regulates plant processes.
  • Better stalk strength and lodging resistance.
  • Adjusts water balance in the plant.
  • Increased protein and carbohydrate production.
  • Better sugar translocation.
  • Enhanced enzyme function and cell division.
  • Improved winter hardiness.