PeKacid, one pound

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ICL PeKacid™ 0-60-20, 1 pound jar

The soft dream of every dripper.

PeKacid™ is new, a highly acidic (pH = 2.2), fully-soluble phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) fertilizer formulated for fertigation applications for calcareous soils and/or high bicarbonate content irrigation waters.

An “acid in the bag” product, the use of PeKacid replaces the conventional application of technical- and agricultural-grade phosphoric acid, resulting in an easier, safer and more effective fertilization process.

PeKacid™ is an acidic PK fertilizer for fertigation with formula 0-60-20 (60% P2O5 and 20% K2O). Pekacid is a crystalline product, nitrogen free as well as sodium and chlorine free.

PeKacid™ is intended for soil-less, hydroponics as well as open-field horticulture fertigation applications, and is well-suited for use in blends of fully-soluble fertilizers as a tool for incorporating calcium, magnesium and micronutrients into the mixed fertilizers. Due to its acidic nature, PeKacid has an anticlogging action and enhances nutrients’ uptake.


Solid Phos acid in bags

Monocrystals with low pH (2.2)

Exceptionally high solubility

Enhances nutrient uptake

Anticlogging action

Can be mixed with calcium and magnesium

Chloride, sodium and nitrogen -free

Easy to transport, store, handle and use   


Guaranteed Analysis





One gram in one gallon of water yields 69ppm P and 44ppm K.


Elemental concentration range of common nutrient solutions:

Phosphorus: 15-90ppm? Potassium: 80-350ppm  


PEKACID pdf.pdf



Information regarding the heavy metal content of this fertilizer may be found at: Washington State Dept of Agriculture



Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

1 review for PeKacid, one pound

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    analog (verified owner)

    We’ve been using this consistently and love it.

    We use this to bring the pH down when using potassium silicate (which jacks your pH up).

    We’ve been using .9 grams per gallon. In layman’s terms there is staying power here with this, real stability for your pH levels.

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