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How do you use urea fertilizer in the garden?
Tilling your fields or garden is a great way to incorporate the urea fertilizer into the soil before any of the ammonia gas can be lost. Harrow, drag, or hoe the field in order to incorporate the urea into the top layer of the soil.
What is a urease inhibitor in fertilizers?
Urease is the enzyme that begins the chemical reaction that turns urea into the nitrates plants need. Applying urea fertilizers before planting leads to high amounts of the urea being lost before it can benefit your plants. Using a fertilizer with a urease inhibitor can slow the chemical reaction, and helps retain urea in the soil.
What is urea and how is it made?
Urea Production and Manufacturing Process and Uses Urea is a very important industrial production which is much used in agricultural field as a fertilizer because urea contains high percentage of nitrogen. Urea dissolves very well in water. Urea is called also as carbamide, which is an organic compound with chemical formula of CO (NH 2) 2.
Can you fertilize potatoes with urea?
Urea fertilizers can be applied directly onto potato plants, or in a solution with other fertilizers, as long as the solution is made up of 30% nitrogen or less. Solutions of urea fertilizer that are more than 30% nitrogen should only be applied to fields before potatoes are planted. Fertilize grains with urea on a mild day.