Key Fertilizer Fueling Crop Growth

Creator: Nitiesh Kumar


The most popular nitrogenous fertiliser in India is urea, which is used extensively on vegetables, sugarcane, and cereal crops.

Di-ammonium Phosphate

DAP is a phosphate-based fertiliser used on crops like rice and wheat that need a lot of phosphorus.

Potassium Chloride (Muriate of Potash)

Potassium is an essential nutrient for crop growth and is used for crops like potatoes, sugarcane, and pulses.

Ammonium Phosphate Sulphate

APS is a sophisticated fertiliser that gives crops an even distribution of nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulphur.

Single Super Phosphate

SSP is a kind of phosphate fertiliser used on crops like sugarcane and oilseeds that require a lot of phosphorus.

NPK Complex Fertilizers

These are sophisticated fertilisers that give crops an appropriate amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

Calcium Ammonium Nitrate

CAN is a common fertiliser with a nitrogen composition that is applied to crops like sugarcane, cotton, and vegetables.

Ammonium Sulphate

Ammonium sulfate is a nitrogen-based fertilizer that is commonly used for crops like rice and wheat.

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