Notore granular urea is of premium quality with a formaldehyde coating that enables it to dissolve slowly, making it suitable for tropical climates. Notore urea is produced from the reaction of ammonia and carbon dioxide under high pressure and temperatures ranging between 132°C and 180°C (270°F and 360°F).
Urea is the most popular form of fertilizer in the world because of its vast use for cereal crops.
Tips of Blending Urea with Other Fertilizers
- Urea can easily be blended with Mono-ammonium Phosphate (MAP) or Di-ammonium Phosphate (DAP).
- However, Urea must not be mixed with any superphosphate unless applied immediately after blending as Urea reacts with superphosphate liberating water molecules.
- This will produce a damp material that is hard to store and apply.
How to Use Urea Fertilizer?
- Urea should be applied at the time of sowing. It should not come in contact with the seeds. It also can be applied as a top dressing.
- Since Urea is highly nitrogen-concentrated, it should be used in combination with earth or sand before its application.
- Urea should not be applied when the soil contains free water or likely to remain wet for three or four days after application.