Function description

Phosphorus action

Phosphorus is widespread in plant cells, and phosphorus is an important element in regulating crop metabolism.
P could promote root growth and flower bud differentiation.
Plants used in the form: H2PO4- (when soil pH, <7) and HPO4-2 (soil pH> 7)
Phosphorus availability is critical in early growth stages to ensure the beginning of healthy growth of crops.

Phosphorus nutrient function

Stimulate early growth and promote root development.
Promote crop maturation and promote seed production.
Phosphorus is one of the major causes of energy transfer by photosynthesis, nutrient transport, and energy accumulation (ATP).
Phosphorus is involved in the formation of all sugars and starch and promotes early growth of plants.
Phosphorus is utilized by plants to form nucleic acids that regulate protein synthesis.

Phosphate fertilizer - soil nutrients

Low soil pH (<6.0), due to the reaction with soluble iron, aluminum, manganese, or its hydroxide, P is usually not available.
High soil pH (> 7) occurs when phosphorus fixation does not allow it to be used for plant uptake.



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