Supply and availability of Phosphorus is a significant challenge in organic farming given the very limited choices of inputs in a readily available form. Additionally, if the soil has low organic matter and has saline or alkaline conditions, availability of phosphates is limited. Phosphorus plays a vital role from early root and shoot development to flowering and grain / fruit filling stages. Phosphorus is also the key nutrient which breaks down inside the plant and becomes the source of vital energy generally known as ATP or Adenosine Triphosphate, which broadly speaking is the vital fuel for efficient crop functioning.
Guaranteed Minimum Analysis
Available Phosphoric Acid (P2O5) 8.0 %
Calcium (Ca) 23.0 %
Iron (Fe) 1.0 %
Manganese (Mn) 0.30 %
Copper (Cu) 0.02 %
Zinc (Zn) 0.15 %
Molybdenum (Mo) 0.0005 %
Directions for Use
Lentils, Beans, Peas and other Legumes - use 125-190 kg per ha (50-75 kg per ac) with a single shoot drill at seeding.
Soil-less medium - use 10-11 kg/m3 (20-25 lb/cu yd) as a soil mix along with N & K based fertilizers.
Orchards, potatoes and vegetables - use 500-625 kg per ha (200-250 kg per ac).
25 kg, 1000 kg