Shrinking supply of global phosphate forces critical look at its use: phosphate fertilisation via watering system often unnecessary, In Greenhouses, vol. 6, no. 1, p. 46-47, 2017-01-05, Tijs Kierkels, http://edepot.wur.nl/422232
Phosphate fertilisation in soil-based cultivation is still often based on insights gained during the 1970s. More recent research indicates that you can use less phosphate, especially that given via the watering pipelines. World stocks of phosphate are slowly shrinking; every reason to take a critical look at its use.
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