• oxide
  • elemental
Nitrogen Total (N) 12%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4) 12.0%
Phosphorus Pentoxide (P205) 61%
Water soluble (P205) 61.0%
Potassium Oxide (K20) 0%
Nitrogen Total (N) 12%
Ammoniacal nitrogen (NH4-N) 12.0%
Phosphorus (P) 26.6%
Water soluble 26.6%
Potassium (K) 0%
Nova MAP Nova MAP

12-61-0

  • Advantages
  • Description
  • Directions for use
  • Agronomical Advantages
Advantages
  • Highly efficient source of phosphorus as phosphate (H2PO4-) which promotes rapid absorption by the plant
  • Nova MAP provides an acidifying effect on the soil solution favoring solubility of phosphorus and micronutrients.
  • Freely soluble and quickly dissolving.
  • Product of high purity, no residue or contaminants

 

Description

Nova MAP is a whitish crystalline powder, free of chloride and sodium. It is the ideal fertilizer for increasing the availability of soil-phosphorus, especially in calcareous soils. Nova MAP consists in high purity of nutrients and no residue or contaminants.

Directions for use

Nova MAP can be used in fertigation of most of the crops, in all growing stages. It can be used especially in the early stages of plant growth to promote optimal development of the root system as well at the stages of flowering and fruit formation. Do not mix the product with Calcium containing products (e.g. Nova Calcium).

Mixing the product with Magnesium based products (e.g. Nova Mag-S, Nova MagPhos and Nova Quick-Mg) needs extra caution! Their compatibility is depending on ph and water quality! Before mix them in large quantities, a small test is required!

Recommended dilution rate, for stock solutions = 15 kg / 100 liter water

Agronomical Advantages

1. High in phosphorus and nitrogen content
2. Can be easily mixed with single or compound fertilizers
3. Ensures quick start of the crop
4. Is the right source of phosphorus at flower initiation
5. Ideal P source for alkaline soils
6. Do not mix Nova MAP with Ca / Mg in 1 tank

1. Nova MAP has a high nutrient content in both phosphorus (P2O5) and nitrogen (NH4). The product is an ideal base for a fertigation program. Nova MAP can be used as the sole phosphorus-source for the complete crop cycle.

2. Usually Nova MAP is used in combination with single fertigation fertilizers like Nova ferti-K or other single fertilizers like ammonium nitrate or urea. By varying the rate of Nova MAP in the solution the right balance between nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium is obtained.

3. Nova MAP is especially suitable in the growth period when root establishment needs to take place. Sufficient phosphorus supply for transplants and crops that have to create a root system is crucial for a good start. Nova MAP is the product to perfectly start production.

4. The phosphorus in Nova MAP can also be used to prevent fruits from aborting fruits e.g. in melon. Sufficient P-supply is crucial in this stage. Nova MAP can be included in the fertilizer program to initiate flowering so the need for phosphorus in the flower development stage is fulfilled.

5. The pH of Nova MAP is 4,5 (at a 1%solution) it therefore acidifies the substrate on which it is grown. This makes Nova MAP the ideal phosphorus fertilizer in alkaline soil situations.

6. Do not mix Nova MAP with calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg) fertilizers. To avoid precipitation dissolve Nova MAP in a different tank. Dissolve Calcium or Magnesium products in a different tank.

Nova MAP 12-61-0, monoammonium phosphate is ideal for use in the initial growth phase of all crops, immediately before and after seeding and planting/transplanting.