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ENRICHED SUPER PHOSPHATE 40% P2O5


ENRICHED SUPER PHOSPHATE is a universal, concentrated phosphoric fertilizer that can be used for pre- sowing, in spring and autumn on all soils and for all crop plants, including grasslands. In addition to phosphorus, it contains calcium and sulphur. The fertilizer is for plants that require a good supply of phosphorus, calcium and sulphur, including: winter and spring oilseed rape, mustard, cabbage, small-seeded legumes (alfalfa, clover), as well as other plant species such as crops, corn, potatoes, and beets

Under the conditions of supplying crops with sulphur, a high quality flour for baking is obtained as well as oilseed rape of increased protein content. Plant resistance to diseases and pests is also increased. The content of calcium and sulphur in the fertilizer is also very valuable for fertilization of grassland because they improve the quality of fodder for ruminants.

PROPERTIES

ENRICHED SUPER PHOSPHATE belongs to the group of most concentrated phosphate fertilizers. The content of water-soluble monocalcium phosphate in the fertilizer makes phosphorus easily assimilable for plants. Additionally, this fertilizer contains compounds needed by plants need such as: calcium (total) in an amount of 30% (CaO) and sulphur. Nutrient content:

Macronutrients

  • 40% P2O5 phosphates soluble in mineral acids

at least:

  • 25% P2O5 phosphorus pentoxide soluble in neutral ammonium citrate, including at least 93% water-soluble phosphates,
  • 10% CaO water-soluble calcium oxide,
  • 5% SO3 sulphur trioxide in the form of water-soluble sulphates.

 

Micronutrients (B, Co, Cu, Fe, Mn, Mo, Zn) derived from natural phosphate rock are a valuable addition fertilizer improving the bioavailability of the other ingredients. This fertilizer is granulated, granules with a diameter of 2-5 mm constitute at least 90%, which ensures good dispersal properties. It is prepared from ground phosphate rock, sulphuric acid and phosphoric acid. The use of such a concentrated fertilizer is related to the reduction of expenditure on transport, storage and dispersal. The heavy metal content does not exceed the limit values specified for this type of product.

APPLICATION RULES

ENRICHED SUPER PHOSPHATE is a typical pre-sowing fertilizer suitable for all plants. It can be used both in autumn and spring. After sowing the fertilizer on the ploughed it needs to be mixed with soil. Sowing can be done 3-5 days after mixing the fertilizer with the soil. It is recommended to fertilize pasture where phosphorus is easily assimilable by plants from compounds that dissolve well in water. On grassland, this fertilizer can be applied in spring or early summer after the first swath (meadows) or after the first grazing (pastures). This fertilizer is suitable for every kind of soil, irrespective of its compactness and degree of acidification. Enriched super phosphate can be blended at any time with any fertilizer and shortly before the dispersal of ammonium nitrate and urea.

DOSES

The main nutrient contained in ENRICHED SUPER PHOSPHATE is phosphorus. The size of the doses of this component is to be determined according to three main criteria: the abundance of assimilable phosphorus in soils, the requirements of fertilized plants with regard to phosphorus and the expected yield of cultivated crops.

 

Fertilized plants Yields Dose *
Crops 4,0 150
Corn 8,0 200
Beet 40 230
Potatoes 30 150
Rape 3,0 150
Hard-seeded legumes 2,5 150
Papilionaceous plants (green forage) 45 200
Meadows and pastures (green forage) 30 230

* The doses given in the table are indicative and should be adjusted depending on the expected yield.

These doses are indicative and should be adapted to the conditions on the field. When manure is not used for beets and potatoes, it is recommended to increase the fertilizer doses by 50-80 kg per hectare. The recommended doses correspond to the mean abundance of assimilable phosphorus in soil. For soils with low abundance of phosphorus, such doses should be increased by 30%, with a very low abundance - by 40%, and in soils with a high and very high abundance of phosphorus such doses can be reduced by 20-30%.