Polyaspartic acid is a mimic of a biopolymer originally discovered in oyster shells. In addition to participating in the formation of oyster shells, it inhibits the formation of calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate, barium sulfate, and mineral scale, as well as limiting the oxidation of metals.
It is obtained by polymerization of Aspartic Acid. The production process guarantees the presence of pure amino acids and high nitrogen and organic matter
|Appearance||Light yellow powder|
|Amino Acids||90% min.|
|Organic nitrogen||10% min.|
|Organic matter||90% min.|
|Source of raw material||Aspartic Acid|
|Sterilized||at 70 Celsius degree|
1. Improve nutrient uptake for plants by root
Polyaspartic acid significantly improves nutrient acquisition by the plant through artificially increasing the volume of phosphorus fertilizer occupied by increasing root branching and root hair development. Optimization of the root environment is needed to promote efficient nutrient uptake and reduce waste nutrients. It keeps both the applied nutrient and the natural nutrients in the water source more available for plant uptake.
2. Improve crop yield and mature at an earlier time.
Polyaspartic acid is a proven fertilizer additive when used with a balanced fertilizer program delivers healthier, stronger plants with faster maturity and higher yields. It assist plants taking up more phosphorus fertilizer and trace elements from normal fertilization. Promote uniform stands with early root systems and fast overall growth, early fruiting and maturity with increased yield at low cost to provide Maximum Economic Yields, which means lowest unit cost of production for producing profits in a competitive market place.
3. Reduce the usage of fertilizer and save energy
It is estimated that 30% to 50% of a crop's productivity is attributed directly to fertilizer; but often less than 50% of applied fertilizer is absorbed by the plant. PASP is a patented fertilizer availability enhancement available for an extended period of time. It helps reduce energy consumption for producing innumerable tons of fertilizer, making nature clearer and better.
4. Make the crop healthy against the diseases and drought
In many root system of treated plants, crops will have more root branching and longer root hairs, which enables them to make greater use of available nutrients (fertilizer). With nutrients readily available, plants develop easier and faster. Early and fast growth can help overcome the stress from drought caused by heat and/or low moisture levels. Early plant development also speeds maturity, which make a difference in the profit or loss from your crop, keeping diseases far away from crops.
5. Make the land better for crops.
Phosphorous has a negative charge while metal-ion in the soil solution, such as calcium, magnesium, iron and aluminum all have positive charges. Normally, most of the negative charged phosphorus from fertilizer is attached to the positive charged calcium, iron or aluminum, forming insoluble precipitations. After applying excessive fertilizer in the soil, the land become much harden and negative to the crops. With PASP, excessive application of fertilizer is still available for plants in an extended period of time, and will not lead to the insoluble precipitations in the soil.