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Nitrogen Fertilizer Applications

  • Nitrogen supply for agriculture

    Nitrogen supply for agricultural applications and in particular:

    • Nitrogen injection in cultivated soils;

    Special Know-How & Services from NOXERIOR

    We at NOXERIOR have developed a special and patent pending nitrogen supply system for micro-organism pest control in cultivated soils. This patent pending nitrogen soil injection and distribution system in combination with our NITROSWING® PSA nitrogen generator offer you a unique and environmental friendly alternative to combat fungi and parasites, like nematodes, to protect your crop. A reliable estimation of nitrogen requirements and a correct dimensioning of the nitrogen generation system from our NITROSWING® PSA nitrogen generator product range will be determining for the economical and environmental benefits you expect from our patent-pending on-site nitrogen generation and distribution system.

    We will provide consultancy regarding the most efficient nitrogen distribution as well as patent-pending technology for nitrogen injection into the soil under consideration of all relevant parameters. Together with you will find a compromise between the use of energy and the efficiency of nitrogen transfer to optimise costs.

    By NOXERIOR s.r.l. based in Grosseto, ITALY.

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    Fertilizers boosting soil productivity for agriculture sector

    The principle fertilisers used to boost soil productivity are phosphate based. Monoammonium Phosphate (MAP) and Diammonium phosphate (DAP) are used for their ability to deliver Nitrogen and Phosphorus (both macronutrients) to soil as solid fertilisers. Phosphate rock is the raw material for production and is extracted from large deposits across Florida, the Southern Mediterranean into the Middle East (namely Morocco and Saudi Arabia) and on into Russia and China. To this rock, sulfuric acid is added producing phosphoric acid. This acid is then reacted with ammonia and elemental sulfur producing a sulfur enhanced fertiliser. During this process, the dust produced can potentially reach explosive levels.

    By Oxford Instruments plc based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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