CMF FertiM KMg
Highly concentrated potassium-magnesium fertilizer.
Contains potassium and magnesium in an accessible form for plants
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Over the past two decades, formed a sharply negative balance of batteries due to
extremely low volume of fertilizer application. One of the most affected elements in the current
the situation is magnesium.
Magnesium is the most important macronutrient necessary for the life of not only plants, but also humans and animals.
It is part of chlorophyll, indispensable for photosynthesis and respiration of plants.
Magnesium deficiency in the soil reduces crop yields by 20-30 %, which leads to a lack of
this element in food and as a consequence causes various diseases in humans and animals.
Losses of magnesium are mainly due to its leaching due to a decrease in soil acidity and replacement
magnesium in the soil on ions H+, Al3+ and Fe3+, and also removal with crops.
Every year, an average of 40-60 kg/ha of Mao is washed out of the soil. The main source of magnesium in the soil is
application of magnesium-containing lime meliorants.
However more than 20 years liming practically isn’t carried out.
According to research Institute of Agrochemistry magnesium content in soils is close to critical.
To obtain high yields it is necessary to maintain optimal magnesium content in the soil.
Sod-podzolic and gray forest soils of light granulometric composition are characterized by magnesium deficiency
already at a content of less than 80 mg / kg of Mao, heavy-less than 120 mg/kg,
peat-marsh soils-almost everywhere.
In addition, a significant excess of soil cations K+, Ca2+, NH4+ over Mg2 + reduces the absorption of all these
To solve the problem of magnesium deficiency, We developed fertim KMG fertilizer
with the optimal ratio of potassium and magnesium.
Studies at the Solikamsk agricultural experimental station proved that to obtain high yields
the content of magnesium in potassium-magnesium fertilizer is necessary:
at least 6% – for cabbage, corn, potatoes and radishes,
8-10% – for beets and
8-13% – for tomatoes.
The combined application of potassium and magnesium in one granule has the greatest mutual positive effect
for the development of plants than their separate application. At the same time, magnesium allows potassium to be fully absorbed
from fertilizer and has a positive effect on nitrogen and phosphorus nutrition.
Magnesium in FertiM KMg is represented as a chlorine-free compound Mg(OH)2.
As a result, magnesium fertilizer FertiM KMg has a prolonged effect and is able to be absorbed
under the influence of weak acidity of the soil solution.
This feature allows it to be used even on sandy and sandy loam soils without the risk of leaching.