Potato is playing a major role in national food security, poverty alleviation and income generation. Sustainable food production to feed the ever increasing human population is a critical issue today. The dual challenge of meeting human food requirements and maintaining or even improving the quality of environment is the basic objective of sustainable crop production. The increase in depletion of plant nutrients and production of much more potato dry matter in a shorter cycle makes generally most of the soils unable to supply these nutrients especially in acidic soils. High affinity of phosphorus and potassium for chemical reactions and fixation in the soils also put these nutrients on the priority list in soil fertility management studies. Therefore, this book provides gen on the effect of different rates of inorganic phosphorus and potassium fertilizers affect the yield and yield components of potato as well as agronomic and the quality of potato tubers parameters in acidic soils. Professionals like researchers, students, instructors, agronomists, laboratory technicians, agricultural investors and others related to agriculture field are benefited from this scrutiny.