Our multinutrient potash fertilizer
Chloride-free potassium specialty fertilizer, source of silicon, magnesium and manganese, and a direct replacement of KCI for the same cost to the farmer.
Brazil ranks second in global potash demand and is its single largest importer, currently depending on external sources for over 96% of its potash needs. By the end of 2022, Verde plans
to become Brazil’s largest potash producer by capacity.
K Forte® withstands rain, enabling plants to carry on absorbing its nutrients regardless of the weather, due to the properties of its raw-material.
Due to the properties of its raw material, K Forte® improves soil biodiversity. And it does not kill microorganisms, because it is chloride-free.
K Forte® is chloride and salinity free. It can be directly applied on the plant roots, in the planting furrow and in large doses without causing any harm to the plant and the soil.
K Forte®, thanks to Cambridge Tech, releases nutrients gradually and has a long-term residual
effect on the soil.
“You can see that where we applied it, the soybeans, taking 22 days of sun, didn't even lose the lower leaves. They remained green from the first leaves to the lastest. It is very well loaded, filling the grains, and still a healthy plant, without any disease. Thanks to K Forte®, our plant is all uniform. 2,000 hectares of land at this stage.”
"K Forte® is not leached away or get washed out by rain, not even with the excess rainfall we have here. Its nutrient release is continuous. One can tell by the vigorous, large, and heavy bunches that we will achieve good results here. The potassium reserve in the soil is much higher here, compared to areas that only use KCl."
Our product line was developed seeking to align technology and nature, which is why our fertilizers favor soil biodiversity while nourishing your crop.
In 2017 we exported the product for the first time. Since then, the international market’s interest has grown significantly. Despite that, our main focus is Brazil, which ranks second in global potash demand and is its single largest importer, currently depending on external sources for over 96% of its potash needs. Among our international distributors, we have a Chinese state-owned company and Amazon.