Phosphorus (P) is an essential macro element required for the success of all known life forms. In plants, P is especially important for early stage root development, stem strength, resistance to disease, nutrient uptake, flower formation, and yield. P is one of the most globally limiting nutrients for crop productivity and is often in forms that cannot be utilized by plants. Soil microbes can naturally unlock bound nutrients to maximize P availability and significantly increase plant P uptake, resulting in optimum growth, quality, and yield.

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