Mono-ammonium phosphate (MAP) is a binary fertilizer with a complex granule. Water-soluble, it dissolves rapidly to release nitrogen and phosphate. It has a pH of 5 and is comprised of 11% nitrogen, 52% phosphorus.
With high nutrient contents, Di-ammonium phosphate (DAP) is our most popular type of fertilizer worldwide. It has a pH of 7.5 and is comprised of 18% nitrogen, 46% phosphorus.
Triple super Phosphate
With the highest phosphate content of any granular fertilizer without nitrogen, Triple super phosphate (TSP) dissolves rapidly to help plants thrive quickly, especially if they have high sulphur needs. It has a pH of 3 and is comprised of 46% phosphorus.