Phosphorus content: 7 to 9% (16 to 20% P2O5)
Calcium (Ca) content: 18 to 21%
S content: 11 to 12%
pH: < 2
SSP is an excellent source of three plant nutrients. The P component reacts in soil similarly to other soluble fertilizers.
The presence of both P and sulfur (S) in SSP can be an agronomic advantage where both of these nutrients are deficient. In
agronomic studies where SSP is demonstrated to be superior to other P fertilizers, it is usually due to the S and/or Ca that it
contains. When locally available, SSP has found wide-spread use for fertilizing pastures where both P and S are needed.
No special agronomic or handling precautions are required for SSP. Its agronomic effectiveness is similar to other dry or liquid phosphate fertilizers.
Non Agricultural Uses
SSP is primarily used as a crop nutrient source. However MCP and gypsum (the two primary ingredients in SSP) are widely
used in many products. For example MCP is commonly added to enrich animal feed.
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