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Magnesium Potafoska granulate contains 13% phosphorus (P₂O₅) soluble in neutral ammonium citrate and water, 13% water-soluble potassium (K₂O), 13% water-soluble lime (CaO), 4% total magnesium oxide (MgO) and 22% total sulfur (SO₃).


Magnesium Potafoska is a compound granulate mineral fertilizer containing nutrients in a form easily absorbed by plants. The fertilizer is suitable for all types of soil, irrespective of their mechanical composition. The fertilizer contains sulfur necessary to build proteins. It is recommended for fertilizing soils poor in available magnesium and for grasslands. It is suitable for fertilization of all crops, especially winter cereals and oilseed rape.

Principles of application

Magnesium Potafoska  granulate is a typical planting fertilizer; it is recommended to mix it by mixing with the soil to a depth of 15cm. If you use it on grassland, the fertilizer should be sown in early spring, in accordance with the dose of phosphorus allocated for the whole growing season, taking into account the content of phosphorus in the soil.
After applying granulated Magnesium Potafoska, it is recommended to feed plants with nitrogen.


Cultivated plants Fertilizer doses
depending on phosphorus contents in the soil [kg/ha]
winter crops 300-430
spring crops 200-350
potatoes (on manure) 300-480
oilseed rape 300-520
beets (on manure) 410-620
maize (in the silo) 370-570
pulses and legumes 280-430
grasslands 270-420