PeKacid advances precision nutrition range

A patented new highly acidifying and 100% soluble potassium (K) and phosphate (P) fertigation fertilizer, Select PeKacid, will be showcased at Fruit Focus by Everris - specialists in precision crop nutrition.

Suited to fertigation fed crops, including soft fruit, PeKacid lowers pH enhancing nutrient uptake while also boasting anti-clogging action. It is recommended for use with hard water or calcareous soils.

“Chloride and sodium free, PeKacid contains solid phosphoric acid in a dry form combining the advantages and efficiency of phosphoric acid with the ease and safety of a solid crystalline fertilizer,” explains Everris speciality agriculture manager, Scott Garnett. “It can replace all or part of the other acids added to a fertigation programme offering a safer, user-friendly fertilizer source.

Agronomists and growers visiting the Everris stand (354) can find out more about the company's sophisticated AngelaWeb precision nutrition programme and its proven foliar, fertigation and controlled release products portfolio. This year the stand will also feature a free hog roast!

Optimising yield and quality, while minimising nutrient wastage, the AngelaWeb software tool contains over 900 individual crop recommendations at different growth stages. By taking in to account data regarding the water source and growing media, this web based programme accurately calculates a recommended precision nutrition fertilizer regime.

The Everris portfolio includes Agrolution, Agroleaf Power, Solinure, Agroblen and the Select range of ‘single source’ straight fertilizers. Also, an extended range of Levington and Shamrock proprietary growing media products, many with premium coir content, for fruit crops.

Everris’s heritage and technically advanced speciality nutrition products are well established in Europe and in crucial sectors of the UK and Irish soft fruit and top fruit markets.

For more information
Scott Garnett, Sales Manager Specialty Agriculture
T: +1 07584 324778

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