Monopotassium phosphate (also potassium dihydrogen phosphate, KDP, or monobasic potassium phosphate, MKP)
— KH2PO4 — is a soluble salt which is used as a fertilizer, a food additive and a fungicide. It is a source of phosphorus and potassium.
Contains Potassium ( K ) : 287 g/Kg, Phosphorus ( P ) : 227 g/Kg
Always use and store chemicals safely, refer to the Potassium phosphate monobasic MSDS sheets, that are available online.
Monopotassium phosphate – MKP -Bloom Booster
Monopotassium phosphate: Is a source of phosphorus and potassium and is also a buffering agent. A buffering agent helps to stabilize PH. Phosphorus is an essential to the process of photosynthesis and is involved in the production of all oils, starches and sugars. Both stress reducer as well as maturation facilitator phosphorus affects rapid growth while boosting flower and root development. Potassium is responsible for water loss and absorption as well as the ability to endure colder temperatures. Potassium is also necessary in the formation of sugars, starches and carbohydrates needed for protein synthesis and cell division. Potassium aids in protein formation, photosynthesis, fruit/flower quality, and disease reduction.