World's First Nano Liquid Area Launched By IFFCO India

World’s First Nano Liquid Area Launched By IFFCO India

“IFFCO Nano Urea Liquid is developed to replace conventional urea and it can curtail the requirement of the same by at least 50%. It contains 40,000 ppm of nitrogen in a 500 ml bottle which is equivalent to the impact of nitrogen nutrient provided by one bag of conventional urea,” the statement said.

What is the price of nano liquid urea?

IFFCO has priced Nano Urea at Rs 240 per 500 ml bottle for the farmers, which is 10% cheaper than the cost of a bag of conventional Urea,” the statement said.

Ramesh Raliya, General Manager- Research & Development, IFFCO, said that conventional urea is effective 30-40 per cent in delivering nitrogen to plants, while the effectiveness of the Nano Urea Liquid is over 80 per cent.

Important points to know about nano liquid urea

  • About:
    • It is a nutrient (liquid) to provide nitrogen to plants as an alternative to the conventional urea.
    • It is developed to replace conventional urea and it can curtail the requirement of the same by at least 50%.
      • It contains 40,000 mg/L of nitrogen in a 500 ml bottle which is equivalent to the impact of nitrogen nutrient provided by one bag of conventional urea.
    • Conventional urea is effective 30-40% in delivering nitrogen to plants, while the effectiveness of the Nano Urea Liquid is over 80%.
      • Its effectiveness has been tested in over 11,000 farmers’ fields for 94 crops like rice and wheat.
      • An average 8% increase in yield has been witnessed.
  • Developed At:
  • Significance:
    • Improves Plant Nutrition:
      • It has been found effective and efficient for plant nutrition which increases the production with improved nutritional quality.
      • It will boost a balanced nutrition program by reducing the excess use of Urea application in the soil and will make the crops stronger, healthier and protect them from lodging effect.
        • Lodging is the bending over of the stems near ground level of grain crops, which makes them very difficult to harvest, and can dramatically reduce yield.
    • Improves Environment:
    • Increase Farmers’ Income:
      • It is easy on the pocket of farmers and will be effective in increasing farmers’ income. It will also significantly bring down the cost of logistics and warehousing.

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