Nature Needs Natural
The negative effect of Superphosphate and Ammonium Phosphate is that water soluble phosphoric acid reacts with iron, aluminum, manganese, magnesium and other components found in soil.
Chemical fertilizers kill soil microorganisms. Farms that have been using chemically treated fertilizers often need to increase the quantity of fertilizers used each year to maintain yields as soils conditions get worse each year.
The insoluble phosphoric acid, ferric phosphate, aluminum phosphate, and manganese phosphate harden and degrade soil quality and productivity.
Microorganisms are needed to allow plants to absorb fertilizers. Organic phosphate not only adds microorganisms in the soil (beneficial micro organisms are found in Organophosphate) but also increases the population of microorganisms.
Merits and Demerits
Chemical phosphate fertilizer is highly water-soluble while organic phosphate fertilizer is not. However, due to its high solubility, most of the phosphorous that is released is fixed particularly in high acidic soils that are usually high in aluminum and iron. The slow phosphorous release makes it available over a longer period of time and plants take up the nutrients more effectively.
Quick and Natural
Minjingu Organic Hyper phosphate+ is a natural phosphate that has a slow nutrient release pattern when compared to chemical phosphate. Natural phosphates are equally effective and reduce the damaging effects on the soil.