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Crop nutrition: Amidas, Urea, Mono-ammonium Phosphate, Potash, Blend Grade Sulphur.


Amidas+D
Amidas+D contains nitrogen and sulphate sulphur

Amidas - high-nitrogen alternative to ammonium sulphate

YaraVera Amidas is a unique granular, homogeneous fertilizer that is highly soluble and very efficient. It contains nitrogen and sulphate sulphur that is readily available to the crops in an ideal N:S ratio of 7.3:1. This ratio is optimal for amino acid and protein synthesis.

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Sulphur Blend Grade

Sulphur Blend Grade 21-0-0-24

Sulfur improves the use efficiency of other essential plant nutrients, particularly nitrogen and phosphorus. Biologically produced sulfur particles are naturally hydrophilic due to a biopolymer coating. This sulfur is therefore easier to disperse over the land and results in a faster release.

FINES
Sulphur Fines

Sulphur Fines 21-0-0-24

Sulfur improves the use efficiency of other essential plant nutrients, particularly nitrogen and phosphorus. Biologically produced sulfur particles are naturally hydrophilic due to a biopolymer coating. This sulfur is therefore easier to disperse over the land and results in a faster release.

Potash
Potassium chloride.

Potash 0-0-62 Potassium chloride.

Potassium is the third major plant and crop nutrient after nitrogen and phosphorus. Potash is important for agriculture because it improves water retention, yield, nutrient value, taste, colour, texture and disease resistance of food crops. It has wide application to fruit and vegetables, rice, wheat and other grains, sugar, corn, soybeans, palm oil and cotton, all of which benefit from the nutrient's quality enhancing properties.

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Monoammonium phosphate

Monoammonium phosphate 11-52-0

Monoammonium phosphate is often used in the blending of dry agricultural fertilizers. It supplies soil with the elements nitrogen and phosphorus in a form which is usable by plants. Ammonium phosphate is used as an ingredient in some fertilizers as a high source of elemental nitrogen.

Urea
Urea nitrogen-release fertilizer

Urea 46-0-0 nitrogen-release fertilizer

Urea has the highest nitrogen content of all solid nitrogenous fertilizers in common use. Therefore, it has the lowest transportation costs per unit of nitrogen nutrient. Urea is usually spread at rates of between 40 and 300 kg/ha but rates vary. Smaller applications incur lower losses due to leaching.

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