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FERTILIZERS WHOLESALE

The fertilizers outlined here are compound fertilizers composed of primary fertilizers and secondary nutrients. These represent only one type of fertilizer, and other single nutrient types are also made. The raw materials, in solid form, can be supplied to fertilizer manufacturers in bulk quantities of thousands of tons, drum quantities, or in metal drums and bag containers.

Primary fertilizers include substances derived from nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Various raw materials are used to produce these compounds.

Secondary nutrients are added to some fertilizers to help make them more effective. Calcium is obtained from limestone, which contains calcium carbonate, calcium sulphate, and calcium magnesium carbonate.

Ammonium Nitrate

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Urea 46% Nitrogen

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Diammonium Phosphate

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Ammonium Nitrate
Product Description

Ammonium nitrate is a chemical compound with the formula NH4NO3. It is composed of nitric acid and salt of ammonia. In room temperature, ammonium nitrate appears in a white crystalline form and it is also colorless. Its melting point is at 169.6 degrees Celsius or 337.3 degrees Fahrenheit.These crystals are rhombohedral in shape but when they are subjected to temperatures above 32 degrees Celsius, they change to monoclinic crystals.Ammonium nitrate is a popular fertilizer since it provides half of the N in the nitrate form and half in the ammonium form. The nitrate form moves readily with soil water to the roots where it is immediately available for plant uptake. The ammonium fraction is taken up by roots or gradually converted to nitrate by soil microorganisms. It is popular for pasture and hay fertilization since it is less susceptible to volatilization losses than urea-based fertilizers when left on the soil surface.

Package

Ammonium nitrate is shipped in bulk or packed in polyethylene, propylene, paper laminated 50 kg bags or in big-bags.

Transportation

Ammonium nitrate is transported by all transport facilities, except air transport, in compliance with goods transportation regulations applied to this type of transport means.

Storage

Shelf life – 6 months from the date of production.

Diammonium Phosphate (DAP)
Product Description

DAP is the most widely used phosphate fertilizer among growers today. It is manufactured by reacting phosphoric acid and ammonia and contains two ammonia molecules.  Nutrients include P2O5 (46%) and ammoniacal nitrogen (18%). DAP provides the correct proportion of phosphate and nitrogen needed for farming wheat, barley and vegetables. It is also applied in the early stage of fruit orchard fertilization. Diammonium phosphate is a granulated fertilizer, with granules in size 5-5 mm (min. 95%). Granules can be white, grey or black (with tones) DAP contains 18% of nitrogen in ammonia form and 46% of phosphours as ammonium phosphate (exact formula can differ slightly depending on producer) Ammonia nitrogen is not leached from soil, is slowly uptaken by plants and facilitates phosphorus uptake, limits excessive uptake of potassium. Phosporus form is easy available for soil, also in water deficiency conditions. DAP is commonly used universal fertilizer which can be applied for field crops and for vegetables and in orchards.

Main specifications Norm
Total nitrogen (N), % 18 ± 1
Total phosphates (P2O5), % 47 ±1
Moisture, %, max 1.5 ± 0.3
Granulometry, % between 1- mm,% min -
between 2-5 mm,% min 95
less than 6 mm, % 100
Static strength of granules, MPa (kgs/cm2), min 3.0 (30)
DAP is non-toxic, non-combustible and non-explosive.
Package

Shipped in bulk or packed in 50 kg bags or in big-bags 1000 kg - 1200 kg.

Transportation

Diammonium phosphate is transported in bulk in specialized self-unloading cars. When transporting in closed decked vessels, the fertilizer shall be packed in bags. Transportation is carried out by all types of transport, in compliance with goods transportation regulations applied to this type of transport means.

Storage

Shelf life: in bulk 6 months from the date of production; in bags or big-bags – 12 months from the date of production.