High supplying volume of urea fertilizer, possessing a customer orientation approach, applying modern technologies, employing experienced and professional experts of urea nitrogen fertilizer, excellent customer responsiveness, meeting environmental standards, and offering reasonable urea fertilizer price; all provide Amoot Iranian Trading Company with a bright business future and build us a popular and reliable urea fertilizer manufacturer.
Urea is mainly consumed as a nitrogen fertilizer in agriculture and also applied as raw material for other industrial purposes such as the production of Melamine so not only we need urea for plants but also it is required in other industries.
Wide area of urea uses encourages us to concentrate more and more on this business and do our best to satisfy all our customers.
Urea Dominance over other Nitrogen Fertilizers!
Urea as a fertilizer has surpassed and almost replaced other nitrogen-based fertilizers. Urea fertilizer is a white crystalline solid subject containing 46% nitrogen, which is widely used in the agricultural industry as an animal feed additive and fertilizer. Commercially, you can buy urea fertilizer as prills or as a granulated material. In the past, it was usually produced by dropping liquid urea from a “prilling tower” while drying the product.
Urea 46 generally has the lowest cost per pound of nitrogen in comparison to other nitrogen-based fertilizers. When the only needed thing in the soil fertility program is nitrogen, urea fertilizer is the first choice because it consists the highest amount of nitrogen and consequent low storage and transport fees.
Farmers’ Tendency to Apply Fertilizers
Nowadays farmers tend to use fertilizers more and it affirms the significance of fertilizers as substances that contain required plant nutrients. They act as supplements for required elements that soil has lost.
They simply supply nutrients needed for good crop quality and yield.
Fertilizer production entails gathering raw materials from nature, then purifying them to increase their concentration, and converting them into plant-available forms. Plants need sun, water and nutrients to grow. If one is lacking, plant growth is limited and crop yields are declined.
Fertilizers should be applied in the right amounts at the right time. The addition of fertilizers to crops can result in the doubling or even tripling of plants. Yields’ growth from correct fertilizer application has been reported frequently by individual farmers or agricultural companies.
Each individual nutrient, whether required in large or small amounts, plays a specific role in plant growth and food production. One nutrient cannot be substituted for another.
Absorbed from the soil in the form of nitrates or ammonium, nitrogen is the main components of plant growth so nitrogen-based fertilizers are so applicable in this regard.
It features in all key stages of plant development, protein and yield formation. It is also a component of chlorophyll which is essential for optimum crop size.