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NITROGEN IN CONTENT
- It acts directly on the plants as a source of plant nutrients and ensures that qualified and abundant products are obtained.
- It increases the usefulness of various plant nutrients in the soil.
- It increases the effectiveness of microorganisms that have beneficial effects on the nutrition and development of plants.
- It provides neutralization and removal of organic and inorganic toxic compounds from the soil.
- In acid-reactive soils, it eliminates the acidity of the soil on the one hand and meets the calcium need on the other hand.
- In nitrogen deficiency, plants become yellow and show a stunted development.
- Yellowing is seen on the old leaves of the plants first. In case of excessive nitrogen deficiency, the leaves turn brown and eventually die.
- Calcium plays an exact role in the flower formation of the plant. In the case of calcium deficiency in the plant, young leaves first start to turn yellow, then the edges of the leaf tips are folded up and down, as a result, the leaves lose their smoothness. Since the growth places of the plant are mostly dead, new shoots do not form and the root system of the plant is also damaged.
- Keep away from heat and fire sources.
- Stack the packed fertilizers in clumps. When stacking, make sure that the height of the row is at most 15 sacks, use grids that will cut the contact of the sacks with the ground and leave at least 1 meter distance between them.
- Store in dry and well ventilated warehouses.
- Do not smoke or use fire in the storage area.
- Keep the fertilizer away from direct sunlight to prevent physical degradation by heat.
- Do not keep the fertilizer in a humid environment.
- Especially in regions where day and night temperatures are different and humidity is high, pay attention to keep the doors of the places where fertilizers are stored.
- Use gloves for long periods of use.
- Never stock up in the same indoor environment as urea fertilizer.