Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Ryan from Framingham, Ma
    04/14/2015
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    Can I apply at the same time as other fertilizer?
    Got a 3-.5-3 nutrient recommendation from my soil test last fall. I was planning on putting down scott's turfbuilder 32-0-4 but I also need to put down some potash to get the potassium up. Can I apply this at the same time as the Scott's?
    A
    According to the manufacturer, a fertilizer should not be used at the same time as the Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60. A fertilizer can be applied 3-4 weeks after.
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    22 of 32 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Matt from Hackensack, Nj
    04/30/2018
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    I see that Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 is not for turf/lawn, but my level of potash was tested from a soil sample and it was recommended to me.
    A

     Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 is not labeled for lawn appliction, so we cannot recommend it, but you could use TurfGrassPro 0-0-29 instead.  

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    14 of 20 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Butch from Bluffton, Sc
    09/17/2017
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    What setting is used for a rotary spreader to apply Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 to the lawn?
    Will be used on Empire Zoysia and Centipede grass for fall application.
    A

    Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 should be applied to plants directly, avoiding direct applications to roots, stems or foliage of the plant. It is not used for turf applications. You can browse our Lawn Fertilizers here.

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    10 of 31 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Mercy from Davao
    11/19/2017
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    If Potash 0-0-60 was expired, it is advisable to use?
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    We are unaware of any expiration date on Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 or any other fertilizers, so the product should not go bad unless it was allowed to get wet and become caked up in the bag. You may have seen a production date on the bag.

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    10 of 14 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Head
    05/28/2015
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    How often should you apply potash to vegetables garden?
    A
    We would recommend apply potash when the soil become depleted of potassium.
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    8 of 43 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Steve from Olive Branch
    09/19/2019
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    Should I spread potash during drought conditions or should potash be watered in for best results?
    A

    We would recommend you apply Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 whenever the soil become depleted of potassium and is needed. You do need to water in after application per the product label.

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    7 of 11 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Bonnie from The Villages
    07/09/2013
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    Can I use Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 for my lawn? What would I have to do to avoid burning? thanks
    A
    To make an accurate recommendation as to a no burn application, we would need to know exactly what nutrients your lawn is lacking. Please contact your local extension office and speak with the master gardener on staff for advise on what your lawn is lacking.
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    7 of 32 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jeff from Garden City, Mi
    01/06/2017
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    Can Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 be used in aquaponic systems?
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    No, Hi Yield Muriate of Potash is not meant to be used in an aquaponic system. It should only be applied directly to soil and watered in as directed.

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    5 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Judy from Jupiter, Fl
    02/04/2020
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    Can I add to water to use Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 in a pump sprayer?
    Want to add potassium to staghorn fern attached to tree
    A

    Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 is applied as a dry granule as directed on the product label it is not water soluble.  It is more for use on crops not trees.

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    4 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ann from Canton, Mi
    06/13/2013
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    Would this help our tulip tree...
    to bear flowers? Is this the right stuff to use?
    A
    To make an accurate recommendation we would need to know exactly what nutrients your tulip tree is lacking. Please contact your local extension office and speak with the master gardener on staff for advise on what the tulip tree is lacking.
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    1 of 8 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ernesto from Houston, Texas
    01/11/2020
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    Orange fruits are so sour and bitter. Will Hi-Yield Muriate make fruits sweet.
    A

    Hi-Yield Muriate of Potash 0-0-60 is not labeled to be used on citrus trees and it appears that you would need nitrogen to prevent sour fruits not Potash.  There is a guide here that can help.

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