fosforgan and their behavior in the soil


Fosforgan provides phosphorus which, in its H2PO4- and HPO4- forms, is retained by covalent bonds by organic complexes, surrounded by oxygen and bound to the rest of the molecule by a sequence of C-O-P bonds.

In the soil, when it decomposes, the C-O bond is broken, releasing phosphorus in forms usable by the plant.

phosphorus more mobile in the soil, since the complex protects phosphorus from irreversible fixation by the soil.
acidifies the irrigation bulb, increasing the solubility of micronutrients that are in an insoluble state and favoring the solubility of calcium phosphates

increases the metabolic processes of cell formation, growth and multiplication, favoring the accumulation of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It activates the processes of photosynthesis and respiration, thus increasing energy transport.

phosphorus plays a very important role in the assimilation of nitrogen and in regulating the pH of cells. It is of vital importance in root development, in the maturation and germination processes of the seeds and in the ripening of the fruits.

improves the texture of soils, making them more receptive to the nutrients applied in the fertilizers.