COMPLEX AMMONIUM POSPHATES
Solid formulations as they balance the soil in macro and micronutrients from planting.
Binary complex fertilizers used in agriculture and are characterized by their high nutrient content, especially phosphorus.
Due to their production process, the phosphorus they contain is very valid from an agronomic point of view, it is completely assimilable since 100% is soluble in neutral ammonium citrate and in water.
On the other hand, the presence of nitrogen produces a synergistic effect that greatly favors the use of phosphorus. In addition, nitrogen in ammoniacal form reduces phosphorus fixation so that it is available to crops efficiently.
They are used directly for field applications, especially in potassium-rich soils.
They are also used as components of mixtures or as raw material in the manufacture of solid and liquid ternary fertilizers.
EQUIVALENT DEGREE: 18-46-0
PRESENTATION: SOLID GRANULES IN BAGS
DATA SHEET DAP 18-46-0
White crystal powder
Category: Fertilizer Family: Phosphate Presentation:
Solid granules in bags
Ammonium phosphate (MAP) is one of the most widely used phosphate fertilizers in the world. It is made up of two common components and is famous in the fertilizer industry for its relatively high nutrient content and excellent physical properties.
MAP is a great source of phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) for plant nutrition. Due to its high concentration of primary nutrients N (12%) and P (61%), the cost-benefit relationship is very positive in terms of total nutrient contribution (62%).
In addition, it is highly soluble, that is, it dissolves easily and quickly in the soil to release phosphate and ammonium available to plants.
Technical Sheet MAP 12-61-0
Total Nitrogen [N]
Phosphorous Pentoxide [P205] Moisture
Heavy Metals, as Lead [Pb]