Morocco's Office Cherifien de Phosphate (OCP), the world's largest phosphate exporter, had earlier signed an agreement with the Swiss-based Libya-Africa Investment Portfolio to jointly develop ammonia, phosphoric acid and diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertiliser plants in Morocco and Libya.
What does DAP stand for?
DAP stands for Diammonium Phosphate (fertilizer)
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We have 354 other meanings of DAP in our Acronym Attic
- Development Assistance Project (various locations)
- Developmentally Appropriate Practice
- Développement et Amélioration des Plantes (French: Development and Improvement of Plants)
- Device Access Port
- Device Application Program
- Diagnostic Accreditation Program
- Diagnostic Adaptive Planning (US DoD)
- Diagnostic and Automation Program
- Diallyl Phthalate
- Diaminopropionic Acid
Samples in periodicals archive:
This product is the only Sustained-Released Diammonium Phosphate in the nation which has been granted the national patent, its social values CiCiand fertilizer efficiency are both superior to traditional diammonium.
It said that evening was suitable time for sowing Barseem to ensure its best growth besides using one sack of Diammonium Phosphate (DAP) during sowing.
for the construction of two 850 thousand-ton diammonium phosphate (DAP) silos.
Saudi Arabia will be able to produce about 18 per cent of the world's diammonium phosphate once the Ras al Zour plant is complete, Al Sheaibi says.
Summary: Rabat - Moroccan phosphate group "Office Cherifien des phosphates" (OCP) has announced the launch of a major investment program to expand its production of Diammonium Phosphate (DAP)and Monoammonium Phosphate (ADP).
Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif approved a batch of licenses this week, allowing 10 companies to produce diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertilizer.
Of the three main types, diammonium phosphate (Dap) sold for US $250 per tonne in January 2007 but has risen to $1,230 per tonne.