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.

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Infographics
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
Potassium Improves your Crop Quality

Videos
Fertilizer Application in Bihar
Potash Fertilizer Application in Madhya Pradesh
Benefits of Foliar Spraying in Cotton Crop From Potash and D.A.P. Solution
Home Technique of Checking Quality of Potash
Nutrient Management in Irrigated Rice, with Dr. Roland Buresh
Seminar by Roland Buresh: The Rice Crop Manager: an ICT-based, agro-advisory service
Harvest of 150th crop of IRRI's Long-Term Continuous Cropping Experiment
Potassium fertilization and perspectives of K research by IPI in the country, by Dr. Abdul Wakeel
Developing Farm Service Centers in Ethiopia
Smallholders Access to Fertilizers
Fertilizer Application in Bihar

New publication

What's new in the region...

  • Publication: e-ifc 37: International Fertilizer Correspondent (Chinese edition) more >
  • K in the Literature: High-Yield Maize Production in Relation to Potassium Uptake Requirements in China more >
  • Publication: e-ifc 36: International Fertilizer Correspondent (Chinese edition) more >
  • Regional Project: Biological Approaches to Improving Potassium Uptake and use Efficiency in Rice Crop more >
  • Regional Project: K Strategy to Increase Crop Yield, Quality and Soil K Fertility with Return of the Straw in Different Region of China more >