UREA (N46)

UREA is the fertilizer with the highest nitrogen rate with 46% nitrogen content. It is a white color and odorless, water-soluble, prile or granular flowing fertilizer. URE can be used in all plants during the production period.


Ammonium Sulfate is a fertilizer containing 21% ammonium nitrogen (N) and 24% sulphate (S) in the form of sulfate.
Ammonium sulfate is an inorganic sulfate salt obtained by reaction of sulfuric acid with two equivalents of ammonia. A high-melting (decomposes above 280℃) white solid which is very soluble in water (70.6 g/100 g water at 0℃; 103.8 g/100 g water at 100℃), it is widely used as a fertilizer for alkaline soils. 


Diammonium phosphate (DAP) is the world’s most widely used phosphorus fertilizer. It’s made from two common constituents in the fertilizer industry, and its relatively high nutrient content and excellent physical properties make it a popular choice in farming and other industries. The typical formulation is 18-46-0 (18% N, 46% P2O5, 0% K2O).


It is produced by adding lime to ammonium nitrate fertilizer to remove the negative properties of ammonium nitrate. Grains are gray or light brown and are fluent. Contains 25-28% nitrogen. Since half of the nitrogen it contains (NH4) and half of it (NO3) has properties similar to ammonium nitrate fertilizer. Unlike ammonium nitrate, the effect of this fertilizer on soil pH is neutral.

NP 20.20.0

It is the most widely used base fertilizer in our country. It contains nitrogen and phosphorus equally. It is used as base fertilizer during planting in all plants, especially cereals, cotton, sunflower and corn. It affects the root and stem formation of plants. It should not be left on the soil surface. The plant should be buried in root depth or seed depth. In this way, the plant can be injured from phosphorus during the development period.

NPK 15.15.15

It is a composite fertilizer containing nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium equally. It is mostly used in plants whose fruit and grain quality stand out. It is used in potassium-poor soils and plants that need potassium. It is a preferred fertilizer in citrus, vegetable, fruit, cotton, pistachio and sunflower growing. It can be used easily in other plants. Especially in grain group, it prevents to lie by forming strong stalk. It should be applied to seed or root depth as a fertilizer or before or before planting / planting.