- Potash for Life – India, Since 2013
- Nutrition and Health – the Importance of Potassium (in Hindi)
- Potassium – a Nutrient Essential for Life (in Hindi)
- Potassium – the Quality Element in Crop Production (in Hindi)
- Deficiency Poster for Andhra Pradesh
- Tomato brochure for Maharashtra
- Sunflower brochure for Maharashtra
- Sugarcane brochure for Maharashtra
- Soyabean brochure for Maharashtra
- Sorghum brochure for Maharashtra
- Pomegranate brochure for Maharashtra
- Onion brochure for Maharashtra
- Maize brochure for Maharashtra
- Rice brochure for Karnataka
- Potash for Life infographic – results of the first season
- Potash for Life
- Balanced fertilization
- Potash for Life – first season summary
- Apple brochure
- Stone Fruit brochure
- Vegetables brochure
- Sunflower brochure
Following the introduction of NBS from April 2010 and subsequent increases in the potash prices in the international market and its cascading effect in the domestic market, the consumption of potash has drastically reduced in India during the last three years.
The NPK ratio from almost 4.3:2.1:1 has distorted to 9.0:3.6:1 and potash use has decreased from 17 kg to 9 kg/ha during the last three years. This is certainly going to adversely affect crop productivity, soil health and farm profitability in the long run.
Hence, to respond to this negative development, and to assist farmers in further development of profitable agriculture, IPL in collaboration with ICL Fertilizers has launched a new project entitled Potash for Life.
This short brochure introduces the Potash for Life project.