Triple Super Phosphate

Triple Super Phosphate (TSP) is a preferred source of phosphorus in many agricultural regions around the world and has several benefits. It promotes growth and development, and its high phosphorus concentration allows greater flexibility to meet specific phosphorus needs and to differentiate intakes according to the variable needs throughout the plant cycle. Additionally, TSP is a versatile fertilizer used for a variety of crops and adapts to the needs of precision agriculture. Over 90% of the total phosphorus in TSP is water-soluble, making it readily available to plants.


  • High concentration of phosphorus for optimal crop growth
  • Straight phosphate fertilizer ideal for rationalized nutrient management
  • Highly soluble in water
  • Includes calcium for additional crop nutrition
  • Versatile use for a variety of crops


  • Solid granular fertilizer generally spherical in shape
  • Color: Variable shades of gray


  • Phosphorus: 46% (P2O5)
  • Calcium: 15% (Ca)
  • Loose Density: 1.06
  • Packed Density: 1.17
  • pH: 3
  • More than 90% of phosphorus is soluble in water


  • Soybeans
  • Apples
  • Alfalfa
  • Tea
  • Oil palm
  • Wheat
  • Beans
  • Sunflowers
  • Coffee
  • Pears
  • Cereals
  • Maize
  • Legumes
  • Grapes