Prilled Urea is a nitrogen fertilizer manufactured by the reaction of ammonia and carbon dioxide. Fertilizer grade urea is a white, free flowing prilled (spherical) solid with a small amount of organic material as a conditioner or anti-caking agent. Concentrations of low biuret Prilled Urea are less than 0.5%.
Granular urea can be applied by itself, or it can be easily mixed with phosphate and/or potash fertilizers, often as part of a total NPK (nitrogen, phosphate, and potash) plant food mix. As a granular product, urea can be applied directly to the soil using conventional spreading equipment.
|Composition||Nitrogen (N) - 46%, Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K)|
|Application Period||bloom growth.|
|Function||it is used to supply nitrogen in the form of ammonium and nitrate to the soil which is then made readily available to plants|