Urea 46% 50 kg
Surface treated fertilizer. The purpose of the surface treatment is to prevent the granules from agglomerating during storage. The surface treatment also increases the strength of the product. Surface-treated urea can be used for fertilisation and for certain industrial purposes.
The amide nitrogen of urea has a relatively longer duration of action. It is converted to nitrate by biochemical processes and the intermediate products do not leach out of the soil, making this product an excellent base fertiliser. It can also be used as a foliar fertiliser in a 0,5-1 % solution, as its aqueous solution does not scorch vegetation. As a feed urea, 25-30 % of the protein requirements of ruminants can be met by urea. In industry, it can also be used with formaldehyde to produce resinous aminoplasts and wood adhesives.
10-50 kg in polyethylene bags, with or without pallet packing
in bulk or in big-bag bags
Surface-treated urea is non-hygroscopic, does not tend to clump and can therefore be transported in bulk and stored under cover. Do not mix with ammonium nitrate fertilisers.
It is recommended for fertilisation mainly in aerated soils well supplied with calcium and with a vigorous microbiological life. The sal ammonia produced during decomposition loosens the waxy layer of plant residues and helps to accelerate their humification.
It is recommended to apply urea at least two to three weeks before sowing, so that the ammonia produced during its decomposition does not inhibit seed germination.
Its favourable particle size and physical properties make it suitable for both ground and aerial application, using both conventional and pneumatic fly-tip fertiliser spreaders.
Its solution is generally well miscible with pesticides, so that foliar fertilisation can be carried out in combination with various chemical crop protection treatments.
Dose: 150-300 kg/ha for small gardens 15-30 dkg/10m2 as an indication!
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