Urea is used in cattle feed as a source of non-protein nitrogen.
Amoot Iranian Trading Company is a well-known supplier and exporter of chemical fertilizers to all corners of the world.
The company deals in various forms of sulfur and urea, sourced from both Turkmenistan and Iran, ensuring the highest quality and best prices for the clients.
With years of experience in the industry, the company has established itself as a reliable and trustworthy partner for businesses looking to purchase chemical fertilizers.
One of the key features that sets Amoot Iranian Trading Company apart from its competitors is its commitment to fast delivery.
With stocks always full, the company is able to fulfill orders quickly and efficiently, ensuring that clients receive their products in a timely manner.
This allows businesses to plan their operations more effectively and reduce any potential downtime, ultimately contributing to their bottom line.
Whether you are a large agricultural enterprise or a small independent farmer, Amoot Iranian Trading Company is dedicated to providing the best quality chemical fertilizers at competitive prices.
Sulfur is indispensable in gardening for soil pH regulation, plant growing, and disease prevention.
Amoot Company is one of the famous Sulphur manufacturers in Iran focusing on exporting sulfur at reasonable costs.
Sulfur is used in fertilizers because it is an essential nutrient for plant growth and development.
NPK fertilizer is a kind of fertilizer that contains three nutrients: nitrogen, potassium, phosphorous.
Sulfur-coated urea is a type of slow-release nitrogen fertilizer.
It is made by coating urea granules with a layer of sulfur.
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Sulfur is mostly applied as a fungicide and pesticide to prevent or treat fungal diseases and pest infestations.
It is commonly used as a fertilizer in agriculture, but also has a wide range of other uses in various industries.
BFA and USDA 2022 reported that the yearly demand of chemical fertilizers in Bangladesh is around 6 million MT.