Phosphorus advice backed by science
Most New Zealand soils are naturally deficient in phosphorus (P). On farmland, high production of animal and horticultural products exacerbates deficiencies if the phosphorus removed is not replaced. Therefore, the use of phosphorus based fertilisers is vital for the success of New Zealand agriculture.
As part of our commitment to help you farm sustainably, productively and profitably we have curated a selection of advice guided by knowledge, underpinned by science to help you understand phosphorus use on your farm.