Urea Phosphate UP
|Main Contents %||≥ 98.0|
|Phosphorus (as P2O5) %||≥ 44.0|
|Nitrogen (as N) %||≥ 17.0|
|Moisture %||≤ 0.2|
|Water Insoluble %||≤ 0.1|
As a high-efficiency fertilizer, urea phosphate has an effect on plants in the early and mid-term, which is significantly better than traditional fertilizers such as urea, ammonium phosphate, and potassium dihydrogen phosphate.
1.Urea phosphate is a good nitrogen and phosphorus compound fertilizer, and it has good chelation and activation of soil calcium and magnesium, and improves the alkaline soil structure. Therefore, the improvement of saline-alkali soil has a very good effect. Therefore, urea phosphate is used as drip irrigation.
2 Increasing crop yield: Urea phosphate can take advantage of the controllable advantages of drip irrigation technology, improve fertilizer utilization, promote cotton production, and improve cotton quality.
3 Strong roots and seedlings, large leaves and flowers: the rich nitrogen and phosphorus of urea phosphate can fully function in the early stage of crop growth to provide a large amount of nutrients to improve crop quality and increase yield.
|Crop||Application date||Total dosage||Dosage per plants|
|Fruit trees (adult trees)||As of start fertigation until 4 to 6 weeks before harvesting||100-200 kg/ha.||Subject to soil and climatic conditions|
|Vineyards (adult table
|As of start of fertigation/early stage of bed opening until end of flowering period||50 – 200 kg/ha.||Subject to soil and climatic conditions|
|Citrus (adult trees)||During entire crop cycle, with dominancy on spring and mid winter||150 – 250 kg/ha.||Subject to soil and climatic conditions|
|Vegetables||As of planting until 3 to 4 weeks before harvesting||100 – 200 kg/ha.||Subject to soil and climatic conditions|
|Potatoes||From fertigation until mid of tuber bulking stage.||100 – 200 kg/ha.||Subject to soil and climatic conditions|
|Tomatoes||From fertigation until 6weeks before harvesting||150-250 kg/ha.||Subject to soil and climatic conditions|