What Is Monopotassium Phosphate?
Monopotassium Phosphate is the inorganic chemical with the formula KH2PO4, also known as Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate, is acolorless crystal, molecular weight 136.09. density 2.338. Melting point 252.6 ℃. The refractive index is 1.5095 (20 ℃). Stable indry air and deliquescent.
Monopotassium Phosphate is a high concentration phosphorus potassium compound fertilizer and high-quality chlorine free potassium fertilizer. It provides both phosphorus and potassium. It is suitable for all kinds of soils and crops. It has high nutrient content, w (P2O5) is 52%, w (K2O) is 34%, and all nutrients H2PO4 and K + can be absorbed by crops without impurities and residues.
Widely used as crop base fertilizer and foliar spraying fertilizer in the middle and later stage of crops. It is widely used in
all kinds of grain, cash crops, melons, fruits and vegetables (such as rice, wheat, corn, sugarcane, soybean, cotton, flax,
fruits, vegetables, tobacco and other crops), especially for chlorine resistant crops such as tobacco, citrus, tea and so on.
Monopotassium Phosphate not only has a significant effect on increasing yield, drought resistance and cold tolerance, but also has a special effect on the control of crop diseases and pests.