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COMMERCIAL SOURCES OF PLANT-FOOD

Acid Phosphate
Acquaintance With Terms
Animal Bone
Basic Slag
Coal-ashes
Dried Blood
Fish
Kainit
Muck
Muriate Of Potash
Nitrate Of Soda
Other Fertilizers
Raw Bone
Rock-phosphate
Salt

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Kainit








Unlike muriate and sulphate of potash, kainit is a crude
product of the German mines, having received no treatment to remove
impurities. It contains 12 to 13 per cent of potash, and is rated as a
sulphate, but one third of it is common salt, and in effect upon
quality it should be classed with muriate and not sulphate. Its low
content of plant-food should confine its use to regions relatively near
the seaboard. When shipped far inland, the price becomes too high to
give a reasonably cheap pound of potash.





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