Nitrogen 46 (urea)

Urea (nitrogen 46) fertilizer is a type of nutrient used to meet the nitrogen needs of plants. The urea helps to accelerate the development of the plant and supports it in all stages of its progress.

Urea is a product that is naturally formed by metabolizing protein and can be discarded with feces. Urea is obtained as a result of ammonia reacting with pressure both for agricultural products and for animal feed.

The urea fertiliser promises a long-forming, root-developer effect in the development of crops. Urea, which plays an important role in the development of fruit and grain, increases productivity especially in cereals and corn.

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It is the fertilizer that contains the most nitrogen among chemical fertilizers. When urea is given at a sufficient level, it affects flowering as well as root and stem development. It encourages the formation of green parts and enables the plant to benefit from the sun. Thus, it causes an increase in productivity. When given less, plant development slows down, grain and fruit yields decrease. Urea should not be given close to seeds and roots. It can be used with planting in autumn and as top fertilizer in spring. When used as top fertilizer; Since there will be loss of nitrogen in the urea remaining on the soil surface, it should be buried under the soil with light soil cultivation.

Our Product Benefits

  • It ensures root formation, development and growth of the plant,
  • It accelerates the ripening of plants.
  • It improves the quality of the crop.
  • It prevents grain loss and increases the yield.
  • Grains become ripe.