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  • Fertilizer is a material that is added to the soil to supply one or more elements required for plant growth and productiveness.
  • There are many grades and analyses of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) fertilizers, but all can be grouped into three lasses—liquids, solids and gaseous.
  • Mixed fertilizers contain two or more of the elements nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium that are essential for good plant growth and greater crop yields.
  • Although it is generally agreed that fertilizers come in three physical forms (liquid, solid and gas), there are actually only two classes of fertilizers: liquid and solid.
  • An npk fertilizer is usually thought of as a chemical fertilizer, but npk applies to any soil amendment that supplies Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and K, Potassium, including organic fertilizers.
  • An organic npk fertilizer can be slow-releasing or fast-releasing. Many have both quick-releasing “labile” nutrients, and more “recalcitrant” nutrients that break down slowly and supply a steady stream of nutrients over a longer period.
  • A “balanced” organic npk fertilizer is one that provides nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium—the main macronutrients needed by plants.
  • The fertilizer is manufactured by acidulation of phosphate with a mineral acid and subsequent removal of calcium salt, evaporation and prilling or granulation.
  • Granulation with a pipe reactor system, Drum granulation with ammoniation, Mixed acid process with phosphate rock digestion - These three production principles can be combined with different types of granulation and drying equipment and different types of air ef?uent treatment systems.
  • India is the 3rd largest fertilizer producer in the world. In India chemical fertilizers played a significant role which is well recognized and established for the success in agriculture sector, not only in terms of meeting total requirement of food grains but also generating exportable surpluses.
  • According to fertilizers association of India during the Year 2008-09 the production of Fertilizers in India was 143 Lakhs Tons and India had to import over 100 Lakhs Tons to meet the domestic requirement.
  • The importance of the fertilizer sector in India need hardly be emphasized as it provides a very vital input for the growth of Indian agriculture and is an inevitable factor that has to be reckoned within the attainment of the goal of self-sufficiency in food grains.
  • Economic feasibility of the fertilizer practices is an essential element of improving crop productivity.
  • Mixed fertilizers contain two or more of the elements nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium that are essential for good plant growth and greater crop yields.
  • The chemical fertilizer industry has been very important to Thailand's economic development and will continue to be in the years to come. Chemical fertilizer has played a vital role in raising agricultural productivity.
  • In order to improve the standard of quality of farm produce and to ensure that supply will be able to meet the ever rising demand, chemical fertilizer remains an indispensable factors of production in agriculture.
  • Salient features and benefits of NPK are: used worldwide, ensure supply of all the three ingredients in a balanced ratio, ensure correct application in appropriate dose for each crop, enhance fertilizer use efficiency and minimize nutrient losses.

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