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MAP fertilizer is a type of fertilizer also known as ammonium phosphate monobasic (Monoammonium phosphate). MAP is a compound used to meet the nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) needs of plants. The name of the fertilizer represents the nitrogen and phosphorus elements it contains. Here are the main features of MAP fertilizer:

Nitrogen (N): MAP fertilizer usually contains 10-12% nitrogen. Nitrogen is a basic element for the growth of plants, leaf development, root system formation and protein synthesis. Nitrogen is necessary for the formation of foliage and general growth of plants.
Phosphorus (P): MAP fertilizer usually contains 48-52% phosphorus. Phosphorus has an important role in the energy transfer, root development, flowering, fruit formation and general growth processes of plants. Phosphorus is necessary for the flower and fruit yield of plants, root development and disease resistance.
MAP fertilizer is usually used in grain, legumes, fruit trees, vegetables, viticulture and lawn areas. It is widely preferred especially in plants with high phosphorus needs. MAP fertilizer can be applied according to the growth stages of plants, and the dosage can be adjusted according to the amount of phosphorus needed based on the results of soil analysis.

MAP fertilizer is usually found in granular form and is applied to the soil. The granular form is a preferred form for easier storage, transportation and application of fertilizer. The amount and timing of application may vary depending on the nutritional needs of plants, soil conditions and the farmer’s preference. Dosage and administration instructions should be determined according to local agricultural practices, fertilization planning and the needs of plants.

MAP fertilizer is an effective option to meet the nutritional needs of plants and ensure their efficient growth. However, care should be taken in fertilizer application, correct dosage and timing should be applied and local agricultural practices should be followed.