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Bonemeal & superphosphate are organic and chemical (or inorganic) fertilisers respectively, which are essentially phosphates. Phosphorus is a macro-nutrient and responsible for many plant-growth functions, but it specifically initiates root growth. Because phosphates do not β€œtravel” well in the soil, meaning they don’t move down in soil quickly, they are usually placed in the soil or planting hole.