Repeatedly growing the same crops drains the soil and does not put anything back. Unlike nitrogen, phosphorus needs to be replenished by either the breakdown of organic matter, such as crop stubble or animal manures, or from phosphorus fertilisers. Correctly managing phosphorus is an important step in bringing soil back to life and in achieving optimum crop production.
It is anticipated that demand for phosphates will increase from all three consumer groups. Competition between these consumer groups will also intensify continually. Phosphate-based products are extensively applied in the building materials industry, in the food industry, in the production of synthetic detergents, materials for water treatment. New phosphorous consumers will appear, for example lithium phosphate batteries are installed in state-of-the-art hybrid and electric cars.
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