The main function of monopotassium phosphate is to promote the growth of roots, stems and leaves, differentiate flower buds and nourish roots and new branches. Its solution can be sprayed three times a month before florescence. However, the long term usage is not suggested for the persistent flowering and the temperature-summoned blossom. Its leading effect is to strengthen the stems and prosper the leaves especially in the early stage of bud breeding. Diluted monopotassium phosphate solution sprayed to leaves will speed up the differentiation of flower buds, foster the root growth and thrive the new branches and leaves.
1. Facilitate the absorption of nitrogen and phosphorus.
The absorption of nitrogen and phosphorus facilitated by monopotassium phosphate increases the yield and the thousand grain weight. Besides, it plays an active role in special physiological periods of crops.
2. Promote the photosynthesis.
Potassium serves as a promoter of photosynthesis so as to gear up the production and transformation of nutrients.
3. Improve the resistance.
Monopotassium phosphate can reinforce the crops to be drought and flood resistant, broiling and frost endurable, injury and bacterial infection tolerant, etc. .
4. Optimize the fruit.
Spraying in the period of swell optimizes the fruit by maximizing the size, brightening the color and perfecting the taste.
5. Regulate for a balanced growth.
Monopotassium phosphate dose a duty to differentiate the flower buds, blossom the florescence, prosper the fruit and promote the root growth.