Most fertilizers will contain some amount of phosphates and nitrates. Both of which are food for algae. The best method is to have the fertilizer applied using a drop spreader (not a rotary spreader). Water the fertilizer into the lawn/garden areas. Prevent walking on the fertilized area for several days. If phosphates get high in the pool/spa then you can use a phosphate remover to lower the quantity in the water.
In most current fertilzers Phosphate has been taken out. Usually it is only in there to encourage root develpment. Most fertilizers for established grass no longer have phosphate in them (and if they do it is a pretty small percentage). The only fertilizers out there where the phosphate percentage is still high are seed starting fertilizers.
Of bromide, chloride, hydroxide, and phosphate, the ion commonly present in fertilizers is phosphate. typical fertilizers are given 3 numbers to identify the components (such as 10-10-10). The middle number is phosphate.
Phosphate is used by farmers in fertilizers for healthy growth of plants and/or crops.
lawn and garden fertilizers.
The three acids that are used in fertilizers are phosphate, potash, and nitrogen.
This depends on your application and needs; as fertilizers, no problems.
ammonium phospahet is found in fertilizers
Phosphates are very common fertilizers.
Yes, phosphates are used as fertilizers.
Phosphates are commonly used in fertilizers.
N=Nitrogen P=Phosphate K= potash
Phosphate minerals like monazite and apatite.