MAP (Monoammonium Phosphate)
Monoammonium phosphate (MAP) is a widely used source of phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N). It’s made of two constituents common in the fertilizer industry and contains the most phosphorus of any common solid fertilizer.
Commonly known as MAP, monoammonium phosphate is one of the most commonly used fertilizers.
Analysis: 11 – 52 – 0
Properties: White to brown granules
- Broadcast (dry surface application)
- It is water soluble and dissolves rapidly in soil if adequate moisture is present
- Upon dissolution, the two basic components of the fertilizer separate again to release nutrients that are important to sustain healthy plant growth
- Doesn’t mix well with calcium products