UREA & fertilizer

  • What is Urea and Fertilizer?

Urea is a versatile compound that plays a crucial role in agriculture as a nitrogen-rich fertilizer. At IDSM Group, Inc., we understand the importance of providing high-quality urea-based fertilizers to support healthy crop growth and maximize yields. In this article, we will explore the origins of urea, its use in fertilizers, and how you can obtain our top-notch products for your agricultural needs.

  • Where does it come from?

Urea, also known as carbamide, is a naturally occurring organic compound found abundantly in mammalian urine. It is the chief nitrogenous end product of protein metabolism in mammals and some fishes. Urea was first isolated from urine in 1773 by French chemist Hilaire-Marin Rouelle and later synthesized in the laboratory by German chemist Friedrich Wöhler in 1828. This groundbreaking synthesis marked the first time an organic compound was created from inorganic materials.

Today, urea is manufactured synthetically on a large scale by reacting natural gas, atmospheric nitrogen, and water at high temperatures and pressures. This process produces ammonia and carbon dioxide, which are then combined to form molten urea.

  • Where can I get some?

At IDSM Group, Inc., we are committed to providing high-quality urea-based fertilizers to support your agricultural needs. Our products are designed to deliver optimal nitrogen content for various crops, ensuring healthy growth and maximum yields.

At IDSM Group, Inc., we are proud to supply top-quality urea-based fertilizers to help farmers achieve their goals and contribute to a sustainable future.

  • Why do we use it?

Urea is widely used in the agricultural industry due to its high nitrogen content (46%). Nitrogen is an essential nutrient for plant growth, and urea serves as an efficient and cost-effective source of nitrogen for crops. When applied to soil, urea undergoes chemical changes, forming ammonium ions that plants can absorb and utilize.

Urea-based fertilizers provide numerous benefits, including:

  1. High nitrogen concentration: Urea offers one of the most concentrated sources of nitrogen, making it an ideal choice for farmers looking to boost crop production.
  2. Solubility: Urea is highly soluble in water, allowing for easy absorption by plants and efficient nutrient delivery.
  3. Affordability: As a synthetic compound, urea is relatively inexpensive to produce, making it an economical choice for farmers.

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