An ammophos is in B/Ss or á/á 3105400000
Ammophos is a nitrogen-phosphorus concentrated soluble fertilizer. (Ammonium phosphate). Contains about 12% N and 52% P2O5. It mainly consists of monoammonium phosphate NH4H2PO4 and partially diammonium phosphate (NH4) 2HPO4.
The use of Ammophos provides:
increasing the productivity of crops; more efficient development of the root system in a plant; acceleration of plant development; less dependence of the processes of growth and development of plants on weather and climatic conditions; increased resistance of crops to weather conditions and diseases; increasing plant productivity and improving the quality of the crop. In agriculture, the use of ammophos is due to the need to improve the phosphate regime of soils. The increased phosphorus content in the soil provides the plant with a healthy root system, promotes more rapid development of shoots, the formation of new leaves. Increases the plant's resistance to drought, bad weather, disease. Lack of phosphorus in the soil, on the contrary, retards the development of plants, inhibits the formation of leaves, reduces the quality of the crop and delays its ripening process.
By its chemical composition, ammophos is a complex concentrated complex phosphorus-nitrogen fertilizer formed as a result of neutralization with ammonia orthophosphoric acid. The fertilizer is highly water soluble and easy to use. Traditionally, ammophos is produced in the form of grades A and B.
Ammophos is used as fertilizer for the following crops: wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, sunflower, rapeseed, sugar beet, potatoes, peas, soybeans and some others .
Fertilizer is applied, both in the form of the main fertilizer for the soil, and in the form of top dressing. Ammophos contains slightly more phosphorus than nitrogen, while when fertilizing or feeding the vast majority of crops, it is recommended to apply these two components in equal proportions. For this reason, nitrogen monofertilizer is most often added to ammophos before use. However, for example, when applying ammophos to the soil intended for sowing winter crops or cotton, it is possible to use ammophos without adding nitrogen fertilizers, which can be applied later as top dressing.
The fertilizer dosage, of course, depends on properties of a particular soil. Depending on how much the arable layer of the soil will be provided with phosphorus, experts will be able to provide you with recommendations regarding the dose of ammophos, as well as, the size of the dose of nitrogen fertilizers.
Ammophos is used in almost all types of soils and in almost all climatic zones of our country. In arid zones, the use of ammophos, for example, requires much less supplementation with nitrogen fertilizers. In slightly alkaline and neutral soils, the use of ammophos will contribute to the formation of a phosphate regime favorable for plants. In protected ground conditions, ammophos is used in combination with nitrogen and potash fertilizers.the use of ammophos will contribute to the formation of a plant-friendly phosphate regime. In protected ground conditions, ammophos is used in combination with nitrogen and potash fertilizers. the use of ammophos will contribute to the formation of a plant-friendly phosphate regime. In protected ground conditions, ammophos is used in combination with nitrogen and potash fertilizers.
|Concentrated form of fertilizer||Yes|
|Type of complex fertilizer||Mineral|
|Type of fertilizer||Ammophos|