MSR

MSR

MSR

Of all the elements active in soil, phosphorus is the workhorse. It’s highly active, however plants can only absorb it when it’s in the form of soluble phosphate.
Phosphates work with other minerals to increase the sugar levels of plants. With more sugar, plants have increased levels of immunity, resistance to disease and tolerance to insects and pathogens in plants. This decreases the need for chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and insecticides.
Of all the elements active in soil, phosphorus is the workhorse. It’s highly active, however plants can only absorb it when it’s in the form of soluble phosphate.
Phosphates work with other minerals to increase the sugar levels of plants. With more sugar, plants have increased levels of immunity, resistance to disease and tolerance to insects and pathogens in plants. This decreases the need for chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and insecticides.
msr-new
Of all the elements active in soil, phosphorus is the workhorse. It’s highly active, however plants can only absorb it when it’s in the form of soluble phosphate.
Phosphates work with other minerals to increase the sugar levels of plants. With more sugar, plants have increased levels of immunity, resistance to disease and tolerance to insects and pathogens in plants. This decreases the need for chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and insecticides.
MSR at a glance
Micronized Soft Rock Phosphate (MSR) 0-21-0
Derived from Soft rock phosphate
21% available phosphate (P205) guaranteed
Agraforum is the only distributor outside the USA and Canada
See our range

DID YOU KNOW FOSSILS CAN HELP PLANTS GROW?
MSR is a non-metallic element derived from the fossilized remains of ancient organic life beneath the sea. As a result, it’s usually found in rock form and it contains over 70 additional trace minerals that can reignite degraded soil.

The process of micronisation refines MSR into particles no larger than 10 microns in size. They have a relatively large surface area and can be easily suspended in water. But once they’re applied, microbes in soil can easily solubilise the phosphate and access the additional trace elements available. It’s incredibly efficient compared to traditional NPK fertilisers, and we only need to use it in small amounts of between 2-5kg/Ha to see visible results.

We’ve already touched on the benefits you can expect by applying phosphate, but MSR can also improve seed germination, root growth and rates of photosynthesis because of the effects of the additional trace minerals. It has also been approved for organic use by organic agencies throughout North America, however care should always be taken to ensure no damage is done to crops when using this product for foliar application. Feel free to contact us for advice before applying MSR to your plants.

WHAT MAKES PHOSPHORUS SPECIAL?
Other than nitrogen, every other mineral applied to plants should be done in phosphate form. Phosphorus is an incredible facilitator to soil. When combined with calcium it can increase the rate of photosynthesis, and in turn, the production of sugar.

Phosphorus is found in several forms in soil; P1, P2 and P204. P204 is the organic state stable in soil, making it the only form available to plants. All other forms of phosphorous require metabolic changes before plants are able to utilize it.

KEY BENEFITS OF PROPERLY APPLIED PHOSPHATE THANKS TO MSR

  • Vigorous and rapid growth
  • Early root development
  • Better development and quality of grain
  • Hastened maturity
  • Increased mineral content
  • Higher BRIX readings in plant sap
  • Greater energy release within cells, during cell division and enlargement, and photosynthesis
MSR at a glance
Micronized Soft Rock Phosphate (MSR) 0-21-0
Derived from Soft rock phosphate
21% available phosphate (P205) guaranteed
Agraforum is the only distributor outside the USA and Canada

DID YOU KNOW FOSSILS CAN HELP PLANTS GROW?
MSR is a non-metallic element derived from the fossilized remains of ancient organic life beneath the sea. As a result, it’s usually found in rock form and it contains over 70 additional trace minerals that can reignite degraded soil.

The process of micronisation refines MSR into particles no larger than 10 microns in size. They have a relatively large surface area and can be easily suspended in water. But once they’re applied, microbes in soil can easily solubilise the phosphate and access the additional trace elements available. It’s incredibly efficient compared to traditional NPK fertilisers, and we only need to use it in small amounts of between 2-5kg/Ha to see visible results.

We’ve already touched on the benefits you can expect by applying phosphate, but MSR can also improve seed germination, root growth and rates of photosynthesis because of the effects of the additional trace minerals. It has also been approved for organic use by organic agencies throughout North America, however care should always be taken to ensure no damage is done to crops when using this product for foliar application. Feel free to contact us for advice before applying MSR to your plants.

WHAT MAKES PHOSPHORUS SPECIAL?
Other than nitrogen, every other mineral applied to plants should be done in phosphate form. Phosphorus is an incredible facilitator to soil. When combined with calcium it can increase the rate of photosynthesis, and in turn, the production of sugar.

Phosphorus is found in several forms in soil; P1, P2 and P204. P204 is the organic state stable in soil, making it the only form available to plants. All other forms of phosphorous require metabolic changes before plants are able to utilize it.

KEY BENEFITS OF PROPERLY APPLIED PHOSPHATE THANKS TO MSR

  • Vigorous and rapid growth
  • Early root development
  • Better development and quality of grain
  • Hastened maturity
  • Increased nitrogen uptake
  • Increased mineral content
  • Higher BRIX readings in plant sap
  • Greater energy release within cells, during cell division and enlargement, and photosynthesis
See our range
Contact us today for further information

455 State Highway 1
R.D. 5, Ashburton 7775
Canterbury, New Zealand

© 2019 Agraforum NZ Limited. All rights reserved.

logo-green@2x

© 2019 Agraforum NZ Limited.
All rights reserved.
Website by Plato Creative