Improve Soil By Breakdown Of Urea, Addressing the CO2 Emissions and Ammonia and Improving The Soil NPK
Soil acidity is one property associated with decline in soil fertility and low productivity, a condition due to excessive use of urea. Urea, being most common nitrogen fertilizer, is indiscriminately used irrespective of suggestions to limit the usage. Excessive use of urea leads to several adverse implications on soil, crop quality, productivity and overall ecosystem.
Some of the concerns with prolonged or excessive usage of urea, to name a few are : It enhances mining of soil nutrients that are not applied or applied inadequately, thus leading to deterioration of soil fertility. Further, urea application beyond recommended rates enhances crop succulence, thus making the plants prone to disease and pest infestation. Also, excessive usage of urea has a role to play in Climate Change.
The product is a combination of formulation(s), that enables the breakdown of urea, utilisation of ammonia, CO2 produced and improve NPK levels of soil.
The plant climbers are a part of the product to be used, to takeup the CO2 emissions and not contribute towards climate change. In one of the studies, money plant was used.
The soil quality could be improved in 2-3 weeks time, by following the instructions provided to use the product.
The testing of soil for urea content, CO2 and ammonia emissions and quantification of NPK levels at the end of the treatment, were carried out at Varni Analytical Laboratories, India.