And all the preparation we are doing is to arrange the phosphorate
in adequate concentration and adequate form to be available to the plant.
biochemistry research, Zechel is striving to find ways to mimic the enzymes in bacteria that naturally break down glyphosate, a phosphonic acid.
(1984) reported that humic acids derived from lignite were more effective at P solubilisation from insoluble phosphorate
at lower concentrations, which may be due to enhanced solubility when diluted.
Iraq has vast and untapped mineral deposits located throughout its various provinces and regions, offering unrivalled opportunities for the extraction of key minerals such as sulphur, phosphorate
, salt, gypsum, limestone and ironstone, as well as range of metallic minerals, they said.
The specific geotechnical problems related to mined areas, considering spoil areas of oil shale quarries and opened phosphorate
fields, require careful geotechnical inspection as well.
The surfaces of both bearings are treated with manganese phosphorate
to prevent rust and provide a run-in surface, and both bearing types are completely maintenance free.
Phosphorus-containing compounds degrade at relatively low temperature to form protective phosphorus-carbon layer for the weak phosphorate
To fight off the weevils, many Peruvian farmers spray particularly toxic phosphorates
and carbamates on their potatoes.