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Monoammonium phosphate (MAP) is a type of fertilizer used in agriculture and horticulture. MAP contains essential plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. These three nutrients are essential for the growth and development of plants. MAP is used as a source of phosphorus, which is important for the growth of the root systems of plants. When phosphorus is combined with various sources in the soil, it turns into a form that plants can use. This phosphorus, which is vital for the growth of plants, is quickly absorbed by plants when applied with MAP. MAP also provides the nitrogen that plants need. Nitrogen is essential for the growth of tops such as leaves, stems and branches. MAP combines these two important nutrients essential for plant growth. MAP is usually produced in crystalline form and can be easily stored and transported. At the same time, it is quickly absorbed by the plant roots and provides effective fertilization. MAP can be used both alone and in combination with other fertilizers. For example, it can meet all plant nutrients when used with urea or potassium chloride. MAP is a type of fertilizer that is vital for plant growth and productivity with its high phosphorus and nitrogen concentrations. It is widely used in agriculture, horticulture and animal husbandry and helps to obtain a high quality and productive crop by providing the nutrients needed by the plants.

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