Is it Better to Grow Corn With Diammonium or Ternary Compound Fertilizer?

Jul. 12, 2021

Diammonium is the abbreviation of diammonium phosphate, also called diammonium phosphate. Since diammonium contains two elements, nitrogen and phosphorus, diammonium also belongs to a kind of compound fertilizer, but this compound fertilizer does not contain potassium. The compound fertilizer we often talk about in our lives generally refers to ternary compound fertilizer, or balanced fertilizer. The ternary compound fertilizer contains the three elements of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium at the same time, and its nutrients are relatively sufficient and balanced. As an NPK Bulk Blended Fertilizer Manufacturer, share with you.

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Corn is a common crop in our daily life. It has the characteristics of high plant height and developed root system. Therefore, during the growth period of corn, it needs a lot of nutrients to maintain its own growth, especially the three elements. Indispensable. So, is it better to grow corn with diammonium or ternary compound fertilizer?

Regarding this kind of problem, I think we need to look at it separately:

If only diammonium or ternary compound fertilizers can be used during the entire growth period of corn, then there is no doubt that ternary compound fertilizers are better. If only diammonium phosphate is applied to corn and no potassium-containing fertilizers, then corn is prone to potassium deficiency. Potassium is essential for corn. Once corn lacks potassium, it is secondary to reduce the quality of corn. The most important thing is that it will cause large areas of corn lodging and ultimately reduce corn yield.

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