- Package Contains – SPHINX-300GM,All Purpose D.A.P- N:P:K(18:46:0) Fertilizer 100% Water Soluble
- D.A.P. stands for Diammonium Phosphage. Usage directions will be provided with the package.
- D.A.P releases free ammonium. Nitrogen in the ammonium form resists leaching and is a slower release form of nitrogen.
- The low cost of nitrogen in DAP makes it a cost effective source of nitrogen if Phosphorus is also required.
DAP stands for diammonium? DIAMMONIUM PHOSPHATE : ? DAP?phosphate, a type of fertilizer with a high phosphorous content. fertilizer contains nitrogen, which is created during the chemical manufacturing process. In most cases, additional nitrogen helps grow greener, faster-growing plants. DAP contains 18 percent nitrogen and 46 Granulated universal highly concentrated?percent phosphate. nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizer. Value of nitrogen and phosphorus 18-46 increases the resistance of plants to adverse environmental factors (drought and frost), and also increases the resistance of plants to disease. High content of phosphorus contributes to the accumulation of sugar in the root crops and fruits. Suitable for all soils and under all kinds of cultures as the basic fertilizer and as feed in the spring and ?summer period to speed up the ripening of fruits and berries. Available in free flowing granular form. It is completely soluble in Water. Total water soluble P2O5 helps plants to utilise moisture better and makes roots grow stronger and deeper even in acidic soils. DAP is used to provide plants with the phosphorus they need. Because it also includes sulfur, it provides plants with their sulfur requirements. If it does not provide enough sulfur, it should be combined with the necessary amount of sulfur-containing fertilizer. The phosphorus in this fertilizer reacts more quickly than the phosphorus in other fertilizers. Dosage Application DAP fertilizer has a pH of about 8, which makes it a strong alkaline. This means that DAP can have an impact on the pH of the soil in which it is applied. Plants that prefer acidic soils may not benefit from DAP fertilizer, and adding too many alkaline-based products to soil that is already alkaline-rich can lead to underdevelopment in some plants.
How to Use
DAP fertilizer has a pH of about 8, which makes it a strong alkaline. This means that DAP can have an impact on the pH of the soil in which it is applied. Plants that prefer acidic soils may not benefit from DAP fertilizer, and adding too many alkaline-based products to soil that is already alkaline-rich can lead to underdevelopment in some plants. DOSAGES – Apply 1/2 tsp in 1 liter of water every 15 days