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fertilizer suppliers in india

                          Fertilizer Suppliers in India

Worldwide Fertilizer suppliers in India, WOTC is the fastest growing one. A fertilizer is a material (natural or chemical materials) applied to soils or plants, for the growth of plants. As WOTC is a fertilizer suppliers in India, it has always been directly or indirectly involved in the major supply of Fertilizers from CIS countries, China, Iran etc. to various locations across the globe especially Asia. WOTC  maintain high quality in its supply.

The fertilizer is classified into two major forms:-

  • Organic
  • minerals

Fertilizers are commonly used for growing all crops, with application rates depending on the soil fertility, usually as measured by the soil test. Fertilizers are classified in many ways. They are classified according to whether they provide a single nutrient (say, N, P, or K), in which case they are classified as “straight fertilizers.” “Multi-nutrient fertilizers” provide two or more nutrients.  They also classified as inorganic and organic.

Inorganic Fertilizers

Inorganic fertilizers exclude carbon-containing materials except for ureas. Inorganic composts are made completely or partially by human beings. These manures contain compound items. Inorganic composts help your plants to survive and grow. If you need a quick outcome, you have to grow your plant and inorganic manure is the best decision suited for you. Inorganic is sometimes called synthetic fertilizers since various chemical treatments are required for their manufacture.

Organic Fertilizers

Organic fertilizers are usually plant- or animal-derived matter. Organic materials are also recycled materials. Utilizing natural manure includes more regular supplements, it sustains vital microorganisms in the dirt and enhances the structure of the soil. Eg. Potash derived from Molasses is much better and cheaper than Muriate of Potash. It not only improves the quality of soil but also provides much better yield and is much cheaper.

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