IPI International Potash Institute
IPI International Potash Institute

Regional activities

IPI activity in China
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Coordination: China

The main aim of IPI activity in China is to promote "Balanced Nutrition" with emphasis on K nutrition in the main crops. To this end, IPI conducts research and extension activities designed to develop and transfer knowledge on the role of potassium in optimized crop nutrition, in order to ensure sustainable crop production through the efficient use of fertilizers.

Mr. Eldad Sokolowski

Mr. Eldad Sokolowski

IPI Coordinator for China and sub-Saharan Africa/Ethiopia.


Regional Events & Clipboard

  • 5th Sustainable Phosphorus Summit...
    16-20 Aug 2016



Around the world, IPI works with numerous in-country partners. These include researchers, extension services, advisers, cooperatives, associations and farmers.


New Publications

  • e-ifc 42: International...
  • 钾: 地球生命的必需元...


Papers & Presentations

  • 微评:含氯肥料KCl的价...
  • History and Prospects of Potash Application...


Scientific abstracts

  • Influences of Long-Term Fertilizer and...
  • Effect of Long-Term Potassium...


IPI in pictures

  • Maize fertigation in China
  • China July 2010: Visiting Maize and...


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Choose your Crop

Choose your App
K Gallery for iPad and iPhone available now from the Apple App Store
Chloride - an essential nutrient
Potassium and Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE)
Managing Water and Fertilizer for Sustainable Agricultural Intensification - infographic
Potassium Improves your Crop Quality
Potassium Improves your Health
Potassium in Soil and Plant Systems
The Role of Potassium (K) in the Plant
What does a Plant Need to Live
Assessment of the Impact of Targeted Use of Fertilizer on Irrigated Rice in Asia
Chloride - an essential nutrient

New publication

What's new in the region...

  • K in the Literature: Effect of Elevated CO2 on the Growth and Macronutrient (N, P and K) Uptake of Annual Wormwood (Artemisia annua L.) more >
  • Publication: e-ifc 42: International Fertilizer Correspondent (Chinese edition) more >
  • K in the Literature: Effect of Long-Term Fertilization on Soil Productivity on the North China Plain more >
  • Publication: e-ifc 41: International Fertilizer Correspondent (Chinese edition) more >
  • Event: 5th Sustainable Phosphorus Summit 2016 (Aug 2016) more >