Potassium chloride has a good effect on increasing yield of wheat, maize, peanut and many crops. Potassium chloride can meet the supply of potassium fertilizer in soil, but it should be applied with alkaline fertilizer such as lime. We designed a NPK fertilizer production line, which can combine potassium chloride and NPK fertilizer to make the fertilizer efficiency of finished fertilizer comprehensive.
Under certain conditions, potassium chloride combined with nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer can improve the effect of potassium application. Especially when the supply of nitrogen and phosphorus is insufficient in soil, a certain amount of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer must be applied in order to give full play to the benefit of potassium fertilizer. At the same time, for soil lacking trace elements, trace element fertilizer should be supplemented with potassium fertilizer.
The NPK fertilizer production line we designed contains two kinds of fertilizer granulator machine, rotary drum granulator machine and fertilizer roller extrusion granulator. Rotary drum granulator machine is a equipment specializing in the production of potassium chloride granules. Potassium chloride granules are discharged from the rotary drum granulator machine and mixed with other granules. Fertilizer roller extrusion granulator processes NPK fertilizer according to formula. NPK fertilizer granules satisfy the nutrient deficiency of potassium chloride.
Application Method of Potassium Chloride Fertilizer
1 Apply potassium to the soil. Under the same conditions or similar conditions, the lower the soil available potassium content, the better the effect. Therefore, in the case of insufficient potassium supply, potassium should be applied preferentially to soils with low potassium levels.
2 Apply potassium to crops. The demand for potassium in different crops is different, so it is necessary to apply potassium fertilizer differently according to the characteristics of the crop.
3. Suitable amount of potassium fertilizer. The amount of potassium applied to crops is related to the amount of potassium absorbed by crops, yield level, soil fertility, the amount of fertilizer applied to previous crops and their varieties. Therefore, various factors should be taken into account in determining the amount of potassium fertilizer.