Plant nutrition is the process by which plants absorb from their environment the substances required by their metabolic processes for growth and development.
Nutritional elements, agricultural nutrients and fertilisers are classified according to the amount used by the plant
and the frequency with which they need to be applied.This gives us the following groups:
These are nutritional elements absorbed by plants in larger quantities.This group includes nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), sulphur (S), calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg). Depending on how often they are applied to crops, they are divided intoprimary macroelements (N, P y K) and secondary macroelements (S, Ca y Mg).
These are nutritional elements absorbed by plants in smaller quantities, including iron (Fe), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn), manganese, (Mn), molybdenum (Mo) and boron (B).
Our extensive portfolioincludes all these raw agrochemical materials needed to create fertilisers and deficiency correctors,both for soil and foliar application.
These elements can be provided in the shape of different inorganic chemical salts (sulphates, phosphates, nitrates, carbonates, chelates, etc.) and organic salts (acetates, formates, propionates, etc.), offering a wide range of combinations of simple salts that adapt to the intended use.
The product portfolio also includes our Ranges of specialities for producing your fertilisers:
We are chemists with over 70 years' experience in the sector. At our facilities located across Spain, with a storage capacity for 70.000 m2 of palletised product and 14,000 m3 of liquid product in tanks our team of over 200 people offers a fast and efficient service, providing our clients with top-quality products which are distributed across Spain, ready for use.
We have our own laboratory and enforce strict and rigorous quality control procedures in all of our processes. Our product portfolio is constantly developing, as we strive for solutions that respond to the market's needs and emerging trends..
BDPQ offers you an excellent and extensive range of agrochemical products.
Harvests that are more vibrant, organic and productive.
Natural assistance that is environmentally-friendly and improves yields, adapting to new market demands and international regulations