Translation of potash in Spanish:


potasa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɒtaʃ//ˈpɑdˌæʃ/


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    potasa feminine
    • Among them are Chilean nitrate, rock phosphate, greensand, and sulfate of potash magnesia.
    • Industrial development in Jordan has revolved and remained concentrated to its mineral sectors, especially phosphate and potash.
    • Fertilizers containing high amounts of nitrate of soda, muriate of potash, potassium nitrate and ammonium nitrate can cause the highest accumulated salts.
    • Avoid using fertilizer containing chlorine, such as muriate of potash.
    • To boost your blood and bone application, add sulphate of potash at the rate of a teaspoon per double handful.
    • Chemists long suspected that both potash and soda ash contained previously undiscovered elements, but they were unable to extract those elements from the native materials.
    • Secondly, should I be using phosphate and potash with nitrogen?
    • Phosphate and potash can be applied in the fall or spring.
    • Make sure the potassium level is high and in the form of potassium sulphate, sometimes referred to as sulphate of potash.
    • Phosphates, potash, and agricultural produce are the mainstay of the economy.
    • The suitcase contained chlorate of potash and paraffin wax, which was mixed with gelignite to form an explosive compound.
    • Fertilizers are made up of three main ingredients: nitrogen, phosphorous and potash (or also called potassium).
    • Since potash is potassium chloride, applications to meet plant potassium needs could result in chloride leaching.
    • About 95 percent of all potash used is muriate of potash.
    • Glauber created a mixture of saltpeter, lime, phosphoric acid, nitrogen and potash which was the first completely mineral fertilizer.
    • ‘Cover crops seem to keep the nitrogen and potash from leaching,’ Bennett said.
    • They are easy to grow - simply make a trench in prepared soil, dust with dolomite, add some blood and bone or animal manure with a light sprinkle of sulphate of potash.
    • Nutrients found in pulverized rock powders - calcium, phosphorous, and potash - are also important in organic gardening.
    • In North America, it remains to be seen if growers will use less potash or phosphate because of the higher nitrogen prices.
    • Sulfate of potash is also available commercially.