Urea phosphate

Two elements white crystal fertilizer AndaClassic UP 17-44-00

Urea Phosphate

STRAIGHT | RAW | LOW pH

Packing: 25kg

What is Andaclassic UP?

? Andaclassic UP is an Urea Phosphate fertilzier for nutrgation of field crops and friut trees and is suitable for preparation of fertilzier blends and for production of liquid fertilizers.
? It is recommended surce of phosphorus where soil pH needs to be lowered, when phosphorus is required, or when N application rates should be limited (e.g. at the end of the season) fertilizer blends and for production of liquid fertilziers.

? Urea phosphate is an organic compound of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and phosphorus. Its formula is CO(NH2)2·H3PO4. It is made by reacting urea with phosphoric acid.

? It is often used as a fertilizer; as such, its NPK formula is 17-44-0. It is soluble in water, and produces a strongly acidic solution. Urea phosphate is sometimes added to blends which contain calcium nitrate, magnesium nitrate and potassium nitrate to produce water-soluble formulas such as 15-5-15 and 13-2-20. The acidity of urea phosphate allows Ca, Mg and P to co-exist in solution. Under less acidic conditions, there would be precipitation of Ca-Mg phosphates. Urea phosphate is often used in drip irrigation to clean pipe systems.??? —–wikipedia.org

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Product Characteristics

  • Crystalline product, fully water soluble.
  • Low on sodium, chloride or other detrimental elements to plants.
  • A highly efficient source of phosphorus and nitrogen.
  • When high levels of phosphorus required in combination with nitrogen: e.g. for root development at an early stage in the growing season.
  • Increases availability of phosphorus, naturally available in the soil due to an increase in the root zone pH by the ammonium(NH4+).
  • Used for foliar feeding, fertigation and as an ingredient in NPK’S.
  • Compatible with most water soluble fertilizers.

Dosing instructions | Fertigation

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 a.o. soil and
climatic condition

Vineyards (adult table
grapes)

As of start of fertigation/early stage of bed opening until end of flowering period

50-200 kg/ha.

Subject to a.o. soil and
climatic condition

Citrus (adult trees)

During entire crop cycle, with dominancy on spring and mid winter

150 – 250 kg/ha.

Subject to a.o. soil and
climatic condition

Vegetables

As of planting until 3 to 4 weeks before harvesting.

100 – 200 kg/ha.

Subject to a.o. soil and
climatic condition

(Processing) vegetables
? Potatoes
? Tomatoes

As of start of fertigation until mid of tuber bulking stage.
As of start of fertigation until 6weeks before harvesting

? 100 – 200 kg/ha.
? 150 – 250 kg/ha.

Subject to a.o. soil and
climatic condition

Banana

During entire fertigation period

200 – 300 kg/ha.

Subject to a.o. soil and
climatic condition

Dosing instructions | Foliar

Crop

Application date

Dosage kg/application

Concentration of spray solution

Apple, pear

1 -2 applications after end of flowering

1 – 2 kg/ha., depending on amount of water used

1:1500

Peach

1 – 2 applications
From fruit growth until 25-30% of final
fruits size

1 – 2 kg/ha., depending on amount of water used

1:1500

Citrus

1 – 2 applications
Fruit development stages

2-3 kg/ha* depending on amount of water used

1:1000~2000

Olive

1 – 2 applications
Before flowering induction until fruit
setting

2 – 3 kg/ha., depending on amount of water use

1:1000~2000

Vegetables

In case of additional Phosphate needs.
As of first vegetative stage until 4-6
weeks before harvesting

1 – 2 kg/ha., depending on amount of water used

1:1000~1500

Cautions

·Please store in cool dry place, expose to air may cause caking, caking will not influence on the effectiveness.
·This product can be mix used with acidic pesticides, avoid using with Alkaline pesticides.
·Protecting from rain during transportation.

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