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K-PRO™ is a foliar applied Potassium solution complexed with Biofeeds’ Exclusive Amino-Carbon Technology ACT. This near-neutral solution allows for immediate uptake through the leaves and roots followed by immediate translocation thus improving the quantity and ratio of antioxidants produced by plants. This results in faster recovery from stress.

K-PRO™ also facilitates nitrogen metabolism, improves soil microbial activity, and stimulates root growth while providing dynamic plant response due to its plant-friendly formulation.

K-PRO™ is a highly efficient potassium source which is particularly beneficial during extremes in temperature and drought stress.

When applied to agricultural crops prior to harvest, K-PRO™ promotes sugar production necessary for enhanced root growth and crop finishing cycle to improve maturation and yields.


  • Rapidly corrects potassium deficiency
  • Increased root growth and leaf maturation
  • Promotes drought and heat tolerance
  • Improves UV tolerance
  • Faster cell repair following mowing and wear
  • Stimulates beneficial aerobic soil microbial activity.
  • Easily sprayed on or applied through fertigation systems.
  • Increases crop harvest and bottom-line!

Soluble Potash (K20) ……….. 20.0%

Derived from Potassium Hydroxide/Gluconate.
Also Contains natural organic acids, enzymes, amino acids, cytokynins and biostimulants and natural buffers.

Application Instructions: K-PRO™ is highly concentrated. Mix with water prior to application to ensure adequate coverage. Jar test for compatibility prior to final tank mixing with other fertilizer products.

Agriculture: Apply 1-2 quarts per acre as a foliar spray or as directed by your Biofeed® Field Representative.

Greens, Tees & Fairways: As a foliar, apply 1-2.5 gallons in 50-200 gallons of water per acre, or for smaller areas apply 4-16 ounces in 10-20 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. May also be applied through a fertilizer injection system.