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Old 11-05-2011, 05:09 AM
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Originally Posted by CHARLES CUE View Post
Been reading this ! a Question is sulfate of potash the same as potassium thiosulfate

Charles Cue
Very different materials. Sulfate of potash is neutral in reaction applied to the soil and neutral if dissolved in water. KTS or potassium thiosulfate will acidify soil and is alkaline in solution. There is also a matter of solubility period. I cannot get enough sulfate of potash into solution to make it worthwhile as a K source for a liquid program.
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