SUPER FOS DAR 40 ™
SUPERFOSFAT ENRICHED

SUPER FOS DAR 40 ®

SUPERFOSFAT ENRICHED

It is a universal, concentrated phosphate fertilizer that can be used before sowing, in spring and autumn on all soils and under all crops, including grassland. In its composition, in addition to phosphorus, it also contains calcium and sulfur. The fertilizer is intended for plants that require a good supply of phosphorus, calcium and sulfur, which include: winter and spring rape, mustard, cabbage, small-wing butterfly plants (alfalfa, clover), as well as other plant species, e.g. cereals, corn, potatoes, beets .

In the conditions of a good supply of crops with sulfur, high-quality flour is obtained and rape with increased protein and oil content. The resistance of plants to diseases and pests is also increased. The content in calcium and sulfur fertilizer is also very valuable in the fertilization of grassland, because these ingredients improve the quality of feed for ruminants.

SUPER FOS DAR 40® - SUPERDFOSPHATE ENRICHED 40% P2ABOUT5 due to the high phosphorus content it is very good for use under plants fertilized with manure, always containing too little phosphorus in relation to potassium.

Super fos gift 40® - SUPERFOSFAT ENRICHED 40% P2ABOUT5 It belongs to the group of the most concentrated phosphate fertilizers. The content in the phosphate soluble monohydrate fertilizer makes phosphorus easily absorbed by plants. This fertilizer additionally contains ingredients needed for plants such as: calcium (total) in the amount of 10% (CaO) and sulfur. Content of nutrients:

macronutrients

  • 40% P2ABOUT5 Total phosphorus

at least:

  • 25% P2ABOUT5 phosphates soluble in neutral ammonium citrate, including a minimum of 93% water-soluble phosphates,
  • 10% CaO calcium oxide soluble in water,

Microelements (B, Co, Cu, Fe, Mn, Mo, Zn) derived from natural phosphates are a valuable addition to the fertilizer improving the bioavailability of other ingredients. The fertilizer is granulated, the proportion of granules with a diameter of 2-5 mm is at least 90%, which ensures good spreading properties. It is obtained from ground phosphite, sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid. The use of such a concentrated fertilizer is related to the reduction of expenditure on transport, storage and spreading. The content of heavy metals does not exceed the acceptable standards established for this type of products.

Super fos gift 40®  - SUPERFOSFAT ENRICHED is a typical pre-sowing fertilizer. Suitable for all plants. It can be used both in autumn and spring. After sowing the fertilizer for the role, it should be mixed with the soil. You can start sowing after 3 - 5 days from the date of mixing the fertilizer with the soil.

It is recommended for fertilizing grassland, where phosphorus is easily absorbed by plants, from compounds that dissolve well in water. For grassland, this fertilizer can be used in early spring or summer after the first cut (meadow) or after the first grazing (pasture).

The fertilizer is suitable for all soil types, regardless of the degree of their compactness and acidity. Enriched superphosphate can be mixed at any time with all fertilizers, and shortly before spreading with ammonium nitrate and urea.

The main nutrient contained in FOSDARZE - ENRICHED SUPERFOSFAT is phosphorus. The size of doses of this component should be determined according to three basic criteria: the state of the abundance of soils with available phosphorus, the requirements of the fertilized plant relative to phosphorus and the size of the expected yield of cultivated plants.

 

Fertilized plantsCropDose *
Cereals4,0150
Maize8,0200
Beetroot40230
potatoes30150
Rape3,0150
Leguminous fatty grains2,5150
Butterfly small seedlings (green)45200
Meadows and pastures (grass)30230

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

The doses given are indicative and should be adjusted to the conditions in the given field. If no manure is used for beets and potatoes, the recommended fertilizer doses should be increased by 50 - 80 kg per hectare. The recommended doses correspond to the state of the average soil abundance in available phosphorus. On soils with low phosphorus abundance, these doses should be increased by 30%, with very low abundance by 40% and on soils with high and very high abundance in phosphorus, these doses can be reduced by 20-30%.