triple super phosphate fertilizers highly concentrated phosphorus fertilizer with contents of 46% phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5).
Phosphate is one of the soil components that is vital to help promote root growth of all kinds of plants, so that the roots will be thicker, stronger and healthier.
The time periods during which the triple superphosphate is applied are predominantly as stocking autumn fertilization, as it is a slowly acting fertilizer.
The gradual delivery of the active substance is due to the technology of production itself and the fact that the basic raw materials are phosphorus ores.
They determine the contents of various forms, which phosphorus is in the product in. Certain conditions of the medium are required for the decomposition of phosphorus in the soil to forms, which are easily absorbable for the plants.
Triple Supper Phosphate
|Name||Triple Supper Phosphate Granules|
|Active Ingredient||Mono Calcium Phosphate|
|Free Acidity As P₂O₅||5.0% Max|
|> 5 MM||< 5%|
Triple Super Phosphate Fertilizers Come In Two Common Forms: Single Super Phosphate And Triple Super Phosphate. Both Are Manufactured By Reacting Insoluble Mineral Phosphate With Acid To Create A Soluble, Readily Available Form Of Phosphate. Single Super Phosphate Is About 20 Percent Phosphate (This Percentage Corresponds To The Second Number In A Standard N-P-K Fertilizer Analysis), And It Also Contains Significant Quantities of Calcium And Sulfur. A Different Type of Acid Is Used To Manufacture Triple Super Phosphate, Which Contains About 48 Percent Phosphate with Less Calcium and Sulfur