nitrogenous fertilizer

nitrogenous fertilizer

[nī′trä·jə·nəs ′fərd·əl‚īz·ər]
(materials)
Fertilizer materials, natural or synthesized, containing nitrogen available for fixation by vegetation, such as potassium nitrate, KNO3, or ammonium nitrate, NH4NO3.
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He said Arab countries, including Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and the Gulf States produce millions of tons of nitrogenous fertilizer, which the world needs to produce food.
Gas accounts for four-fifths of the cost of making urea, a nitrogenous fertilizer that consumes more than half of India's $11 billion annual fertilizer subsidy bill.
ABSTRACT: The present study was conducted at Buffalo Research Institute, Pattoki, during Rabi 2007-08 to evaluate best dose of nitrogenous fertilizer on yield and quality of oat fodder.
Data pertaining to germination count per unit area of three wheat cultivars as affected by different levels of nitrogenous fertilizer given in Table 1; 2.
DEIR EZZOR, North Eastern Syria, (SANA) - Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Sufian Allaw on Saturday announced the Ministry is working on establishing a nitrogenous fertilizer plant in Deir Ezzor.
produces 3.5 million tons of nitrogenous fertilizer per year.
In this study we chose what we considered to be the most appropriate control treatment, which was to maintain pasture in its normal format according to local environmental conditions with the addition of appropriate amounts of inorganic nitrogenous fertilizer. The aim was not to control exactly for the relative amounts of all other organic and/or inorganic materials because this would be almost impossible to do when considering the complex makeup of sewage sludge.
All of the Member States, apart from the United Kingdom (which has still not agreed to abide by the obligation), delivered their data between the Summer of 2000 (the legal deadline) and the Spring of 2001.Five-year time lapse.Although most of the reports are fairly complete, the Commission notes that there are gaps with regard to results relating to water quality (eutrophication of coastal waters), measures affecting water quality and details of some types of information in the agricultural domain, particularly as regards the use of nitrogenous fertilizer in vulnerable zones.
The build up of nitrates in ground water and streams is a function of rainfall, evaporation, topography, organic matter content and build up in the soil intensity of nitrogenous fertilizer usage and the extent of farm yard manure application.
As the following tabulation shows, productivity rates for the four individual agrochemical industries varied widely from the average for the group, with establishments producing nitrogenous fertilizer recording output-per-hour advances of close to 4 percent a year and establishments specializing in the mixing of fertilizers registering no strong trend at all.
[ClickPress, Fri May 29 2015] European Nitrogenous Fertilizer Market By Type (Ammonia, Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Sulphate, Calcium Ammonium Nitrate, Urea and Others), By Application and By Country - Trends and Forecast Upto 2019
Nitrogenous fertilizer should be applied early in morning or in the evening when the temperature of the atmosphere is not too high and just after the application the field should be irrigated immediately.