Phosphorus is an essential element in the structure of certain proteins and enzymes, a basic component of the energy units of the plant ADP and ATP and of the nucleic acids that contain the genetic information RNA and DNA. Phosphorus has a close relationship with nitrogen in the plant, which directly influences the process of fruit setting and fruit development.
HOW TO USE
- Alfalfa: 3-5 Kg / Ha, apply twelve days after each cut.
- Cotton: 1-4 Kg / Ha, apply shortly before killing, continue spraying every 15 or 20 days.
- Rice, oats, barley, wheat: 1-3 Kg / Ha, apply 1 to 2 applications, during vegetative development.
- Eggplant, chili, tomato: 1-4 Kg / Ha, make 3 to 5 applications, depending on the cycle of each crop. For seedlings, spray a 0.3% solution in the evenings.
- Coffee: 3-4 Kg / Ha, make 2 or 3 applications during the vegetative development and pre-flowering.
- Pumpkin, melon, cucumber, watermelon: 1-4 Kg / Ha, sprinkle 3 or 4 times, starting at 30 days, continuing with intervals of 10 to 15 days between applications.
- Peas, beans, chickpeas, soybeans: 1-3 Kg / Ha, apply after 30 days, 55 days and in green pod.
- Strawberry: 2-4 Kg / Ha, apply when there is enough foliage after transplanting, in flowering and every 15 days during the production period.
- Fruit trees: 3-6 Kg / Ha, make 3 or 4 applications during vegetative development and pre-flowering.
- Corn, sorghum: 1-4 Kg / Ha, carry out 3 applications: in development, in pre-flowering and the beginning of the filling.
- Potato: 2-4 Kg / Ha, apply during the first third of the cycle, with 2 to 4 applications.
- Papaya: 1-3 Kg / Ha, apply every 2 months.
- Pineapple: 3-5 Kg / Ha, make 3 to 5 applications, during flower pre-induction.
- Banana: 2-3 Kg / Ha, apply applications every 2 months.
The doses vary according to the age and foliar area of the crops; in general, the larger the size or the age, the higher the dose. It is more advisable to apply low or medium doses on several occasions, than a single application with high doses