Changing the face of farming in India


Quick Facts
    • Phosphorus is present in every living cell, both plant and animal. As an essential nutrient for plant growth, its availability is critical during the early growth stages to ensure a quick and healthy start.


    • Phosphorus aids in root development, flower initiation, seed and fruit development and has been known to reduce disease incidence in some plants and to improve the quality of certain crops.


  • The supply or conversion of available Phosphorus from the soil into the soil solution is reduced due to cold soil temperature, wet soils or soil pH levels. The deficiency of Phosphorus especially at the early stages will lead to slow or stunted growth, weak plant and discolouration of leaves and stems.