Acid phosphate

(def 1).
historical examples

the fertilizers that i get more inquiries about than any others are the phosphates—bone meal, acid phosphate and rock phosphate.
trees, fruits and flowers of minnesota, 1916 various

to furnish the phosphoric acid he can buy 1,786 pounds acid phosphate.
the first book of farming charles l. goodrich

either ground bone or acid phosphate will give the needed phosphoric acid.
farm gardening with hints on cheap manuring anonymous

“certainly,” and fred went to his room and soon returned with a gl-ss with about two teaspoonfuls of acid phosphate in it.
fred fearnot’s new ranch hal standish

acid phosphate and kainite added to the manure may pay handsomely.
agriculture for beginners charles william burkett

three hundred and fifty pounds of acid phosphate and 50 pounds of muriate of potash per acre is the mixture recommended.
crops and methods for soil improvement alva agee

the availability is less immediate than that of acid phosphate, but much greater than that of raw bone.
crops and methods for soil improvement alva agee

for such use it needs reënforcing only with acid phosphate, but as a general manure it should have the addition of potash.
crops and methods for soil improvement alva agee

in louisiana large quant-ties of tankage, cotton-seed meal, and acid phosphate are used to fertilize cane-fields.
agriculture for beginners charles william burkett

the cheapness of acid phosphate, as compared with animal bone, is the decisive factor.
crops and methods for soil improvement alva agee

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