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Improve Crop Yield by Sulphur Fertilization

Over time, the agricultural industry is realizing more and more about the positive effect of sulphur as a fertilizer nutrient in itself. Usually, plants need about a tenth as much sulphur as nitrogen, but sulphur deficiencies limit plant growth as certainly and severely as nitrogen deficiencies do. Reduced yield is the result of sulphur fertilizer…

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Amoot Company- Your Source of Quality Products & Services!

Amoot Iranian Trading Company with headquarter based in Iran, is specialized in exports of minerals, chemicals, construction materials and agricultural products. Our mission at Amoot Company is to help international buyers to experience the joy of purchasing high quality products at affordable prices. Established one decade ago, we soon managed to build a reputation by…

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Fertilizer Industry in Asia

The danger of crop failure and even famine in Asian countries has become very important during last three decades.  An increase in chemical fertilizer use, more inspection of weeds, insects and diseases and optimum utilization of soil moisture are paid more attention in order to increase the production of cereal crops, mostly wheat, rice and…

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Global Fertilizer Consumption Getting Close to 200 Million MT On 2018

Crops require water, light, and nutrients to grow. They get most of their required nutrients from the soil. But soil composition varies and may not be fully able to provide all necessary nutrients in quantities required by the crops. Also continuous farming takes nutrients away from the soil. So there’s a constant need to compensate…