Prilled urea 46%
Inorganic nitrogenous fertilizer N 46%
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Chemical name: diamide of carbonic acid [(NH2)2CO]
Nitrogenous fertilizer, readily soluble in water, alcohols and liquid ammonia. It takes the form of white prilled, grain class 1-3.15 mm, with at least 90% of the prills covered with anti-caking agents. Prilled urea 46% is hygroscopic. Bulk density: 0.70-0.78 kg/dm3.
Prilled urea 46% includes 46% of nitrogen (N) in ureic form, easily absorbed by the leaves of plants. Absorption through the root system is slower, because urea in soil is converted (as a result of enzymatic hydrolysis) into the ammonia form available for plants, and then into nitrate form.
Intended use and application
Prilled urea 46% is a very universal fertilizer for foliar nutrition, above all for soil fertilization. It may be used for all cultivated plants, prior to sowing and for top dressing, and for leaf spray in a water solution of a concentration corresponding to the requirements of the species fed and the growth stage of the plant. In very acid, strongly alkaline or freshly limed soils, its effect is less pronounced.
Prilled urea 46% must not be mixed with other nitrogenous fertilizers.
Nitrogen from urea is released to plants uniformly, thus there is no excess storage of harmful nitrates in either the plant or groundwater. Losses of nitrogen from the soil are low. The ammonia form resulting from hydrolysis contributes to the harmonious growth and development of plants, supports intake of phosphorus and limits excess intake of potassium. This form of nitrogen brings about good rooting and proper development of plants from the postemergence period, increases their strength and, above all, contributes to high yield of good biological value. Periled urea 46% guarantees a safe content of harmful nitrates in feeds and in vegetables and fruits.
Packaging and transport
Periled urea 46% is packaged into:
- 50 kg ± 0,5 polyethylene valve bags
The fertilizer must be transported while protected against water, rainfall, direct sunlight and damage to the packaging.
Urea is not classified, i.e. it is not considered a hazardous material according to the UN Orange Book and international transport codes, for example RID (railway transport), ADR (road transport) and IMDG (sea transport).
With regard to transportation using the road vehicles of the recipient or of a carrier acting on the direct instructions of the recipient, it is the recipient or the carrier who is responsible for any deterioration in the quality of the fertilizer.
Bulk periled urea can be charged to clean, tight, moisture-protected transport means that meet relevant transport regulations.
In case of a product sent for export, the type and size of the package are agreed with the recipient.
Periled urea 46% packed and in bulk, due to hygroscopicity, should be stored in clean and dry storage buildings on a substrate insulating from moisture. Fertilizer should be protected against water, atmospheric precipitation and direct sunlight.
Fertilizer in packs of 50 kg should be laid horizontally in layers on the substrate insulating from moisture up to a height of 10 layers.
Fertilizer in big-bag packs of 500 kg should be laid vertically in layers on the substrate isolating from moisture in a maximum of 3 layers.
Fertilizers in bulk should be stored by sprinkling them into piles, cones in a way that prevents mixing of individual types of fertilizers. Between the stacks of unit packages, heaps or cones, free spaces should be left to allow transport by means of transport.
In the event of irritation of skin and eyes, wash with plenty of water. Dust masks and safety goggles are recommended. If swallowed accidentally, seek medical advice. Nontoxic, odorless, non-flammable fertilizer.
Support and consulting
Aiming to provide the highest standards of customer service, the Capco Trading Co. offers professional consulting, information support for farmers and food producers.
- Client support with technical knowledge, that is, consulting in fertilizer use
- Resolution of problems reported by the client (dosage, chemical composition of fertilizers, mechanisms of effect on cultivated plants and elements of the natural environment)
- Provision of information on distribution centers in the country
- Information on the current fertilizer product range of the Capco trading Co.