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DAP fertilizer is a type of fertilizer also known as ammonium phosphate dibasic (Diammonium phosphate). DAP is a compound containing the elements nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) needed by plants. The name of the fertilizer represents the nitrogen and phosphorus elements it contains. Here are the main characteristics of DAP fertilizer:

Nitrogen (N): DAP fertilizer contains 18-21% nitrogen. Nitrogen is important 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): DAP fertilizer contains 46-48% 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.
DAP fertilizer is used for the cultivation of various plants. It is mainly widely used in crops such as cereals, legumes, fruit trees, vegetables and viticulture. DAP fertilizer is used according to the results of soil analysis, plant nutrient needs and growth stages of cultivated plants. Dosage and administration instructions may vary depending on local agricultural practices, fertilization planning, and the needs of plants.

DAP fertilizer can be found in powder or granular form. The granular form is a preferred form for easier storage, transportation and application of fertilizer. The method of application of fertilizer may vary depending on the soil type, the method of plant cultivation and the farmer’s preference. Attention should be paid to the correct dosage and timing when applying fertilizer, because improper application can affect plant health and cause environmental problems.

DAP fertilizer is an effective type of fertilizer used to meet the nutritional needs of plants and ensure that they grow efficiently.