FARMING IS POISED FOR A REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE. SAP IS THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE - AVAILABLE TO YOU TODAY.
MANY DISTRICTS IN INDIA GET POOR RAIN FALL EVERY YEAR. FARMING SUFFERS DUE TO LOW, IRREGULAR AND UNRELIABLE RAINS. BUT NOW POTASSIUM SUPER ABSORBENT HAS COME TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM EFFECTIVELY AND ONCE FOR ALL
"POTASSIUM SAP IS MINI WATER RESERVOIR FOR PLANTS"
Potassium Super Absorbent Polymer or KSAP absorbs and remaining water will start percolating down into earth. This process is continuous and in loose and very dry soil, this percolation rate is more.
Plant roots extend only up to 30-75 cms. They can absorb water within their reach only. Water percolates down beyond their reach within 3 days for plants. That means hardly 20%-25% can only be utilized by them before the water is lost due to percolation. This rate of percolation depends on soil type. But SAP will be very useful in any soil. It holds water in the form of
and all of it will be within the reach of roots so that 100% of water is made available to plants.
Plant will grow roots into the gel and obtain water from it.
This way 60% or more water is saved. This means if SAP is used, one watering will be enough where three are needed without SAP.
HOW KSAP IS APPLIED IN FARMS
1. KSAP can be applied under
furrows and ridges.
It is hydrated and mixed with soil in 50:50 ratio and applied 20 cms below furrows and covered with 20 cms soil. This will ensure that KSAP is not disturbed much for next crop
# Absorption of water. # Retention of excess water. #Effectively blocking the movement of water. # Non Toxic. #Non-pollutant. # Harmless in every aspect.
# Soil water retention agent. #For seed-coating operations. # For soil-less cultivation. nbsp; # For setting up artificial turf.
SAP is available in the form of white Granules of various mesh sizes. 5-20 mesh size granules suitable for trees, 20-80 mesh size granules suitable for crops and 30-100 mesh size granules are suitable for grass.
Because of these advantages KSAP finds wide usage in the agriculture, horticulture, social forestry and gardening.