Phosphorus is an essential element for the life of plants; it participates in energy metabolism. Adequate phosphorus contributes to faster maturation of crops and better use of water. Proper phosphorus nutrition helps winter crops to winter well due to the synthesis of carbohydrates. The need for phosphorus is especially important during the formation of the reproductive organs of the plant, as well as during flowering and fruit setting. If there is not enough phosphorus during this period, the plant is delayed in ripening, and as a result, the yield and its quality decrease.
- formation and strengthening of a powerful root system;
- a good start for young plants;
- complete dissolution and easy assimilation of nutrients by the plant;
- gradual release of nutrients over a long growing season of crops;
- reducing the risk of battery washout and blockage.