The Pure Microbial Company

Phosphorus Solubilizer/Potassium Mobilizer
Phosphorus solubilization Potassium mobilization

PK-FORCE™ is a two-in-one, exclusive proprietary bio-inoculant that solubilizes phosphate and mobilizes potassium by producing enzymes and organic acids that break down phosphate and potassium, then release them in ionic plant-utilizable forms. It puts microbes back into the soil to help restore its biology for long-term sustainability, which means the soil retains more nutrients naturally, reducing the chance of deficiencies and making phosphate, potassium, and other micronutrients available to plants throughout all stages of growth.

PK-FORCE™ selective and efficient consortium of microbes works in unison to improve soil fertility, promote root growth, and a larger leaf area while enhancing yield potential.

Phosphorus solubilization and Potassium mobilization
Phosphate Solubilization Potassium mobilization

In-Furrow / On-Seed Treatment

1 Gallon / 50 Acres Treatment

2.5 Gallons / 125 Acres Treatment

Phosphate solubilization Potassium mobilization

On-Seed Treatment

10 Pounds / 64 Acres Treatment


  • Increases nutrient phosphorus and potassium availability and uptake by plants
  • Encourage fast root development and vegetative growth
  • Improves plant vigor, health, and productivity
  • Increases micronutrients availability to plants from the soil
  • Improves plant strength and the ability to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions
  • Aids in photosynthesis and food formation

Key Advantages

  • Reduces up to 50% or more chemical fertilizer requirements
  • Used to treat seeds, plantlets and grown plants which decreases the need for additional agricultural inputs.
  • Promotes the healthful growth of seeds and crops making them more marketable.  

Target Application


Not limited to these crops.

Application Rate


Seed application: 2.5 fl.oz. / acre treatment
In-Furrow application: 2.5-3.0 fl.oz. / 5 gallons water / acre


Seed application: 2.5 oz. / acre treatment

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