Inviting Ideas on Innovation in Fertilizer Sector

Inviting Ideas on Innovation in Fertilizer Sector
Start Date :
Jan 15, 2023
Last Date :
Feb 14, 2023
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Nano Urea has been provisionally included in Fertilizer Control Order (FCO) 1985. In the preliminary trials, Nano-urea spray on different crops gave comparable yields to those ...

Nano Urea has been provisionally included in Fertilizer Control Order (FCO) 1985. In the preliminary trials, Nano-urea spray on different crops gave comparable yields to those obtained under fully recommended doses of fertilizers, with savings on top-dressed nitrogen.

Nano Fertilizers hold great promise for application in plant nutrition because of their size-dependent qualities, high surface-to-volume ratio, and unique optical properties. Nano Fertilizer releases plant nutrients in a controlled manner, contributing to higher nutrient use efficiency.

In this context, participate & send your ideas regarding innovations in the Fertilizer Sector, which can help increase farmers’ income.

Last date of submission is 14th February 2023.

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Swetha Kannan 9 hours 48 minutes ago

9. Organic fertilizers will not spoil the soil health. It is good for environment and long run.
10. Plantation of seasonal, regional growing plants. For example mangoes in hot summer seasons etc. Encouraging intercorp plantation, drip water irrigation etc.

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Swetha Kannan 9 hours 57 minutes ago

7. Increasing awareness about vegetarian food and it's positivity. Research showing vegetarians IQ is good. Vegetarian increases or vegetarian food increases the farmers will get benefitted. It is good for environment also.
8. As this year ' International millets year' we can promote millets food items, millets, millet products etc. This also will increase income of farmers. Awareness creation, millets benefits can be shared via medias etc.

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Raja Krishnan 10 hours 28 minutes ago

Dear sir j, I am raja from Kgf I am ex service person government need to help to start some business. So need to consider loan

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Brijesh R Patel 18 hours 5 minutes ago

My suggestion is littel bit different but important, it is related with fertilizer use in farming. Nowadays, Can we know about how healthy food eat daily? Anyone have anser than give me, some people fight with very bad diseases due to this fertilizer, such as Cancer. Think about that what you eat today include bad fertilizer in this food and effect your health how much.
I suggest our government please Lunch new food safety authority which include facilities of laboratory work for fresh cultivated farming such as fruite and vegetables etc. and they provide food testing (test 5% product)and give certificate of how much heathy those lot in one acer land and it will include price and quality of food. This certificate necessary to sell food product in APMC. This way control bad diseases and find out bad quality of vegetables and fruites, also it is not healthy for humans.This necessary step enhances quality of food, help farmer to enhance income and smoothly run our indian citizen life.

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Karthik Pandiyan 21 hours 18 minutes ago

Nano Urea help increase farmers’ income

Increased Crop Yields: By providing plants with more available and effective nutrients, nano-urea fertilizers can lead to higher crop yields, which can result in increased income for farmers.

Improved Soil Fertility: The reduced risk of leaching and the ability of nano-urea fertilizers to enhance soil fertility can result in healthier and more productive soil, leading to increased crop yields and higher income for farmers in the long run.

Lower Fertilizer Costs: Due to the increased efficacy and longer shelf life of nano-urea fertilizers, farmers may be able to reduce their fertilizer costs, freeing up resources to invest in other aspects of their operation.

Increased Market Demand: By producing crops with higher yields and improved quality, farmers who use nano-urea fertilizers may be able to command higher prices for their products, resulting in increased income.

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Karthik Pandiyan 21 hours 19 minutes ago

ideas like Nano-urea Fertilizers
Cost-effective: The increased efficacy and longer shelf life of nano-urea fertilizers can result in cost savings for farmers.

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Karthik Pandiyan 21 hours 20 minutes ago

ideas like Nano-urea Fertilizers

Nano-urea fertilizers are a cutting-edge innovation in the fertilizer sector that offer several advantages over traditional fertilizers.

Increased Nutrient Availability: The small size of the nano-urea particles allows for better absorption and utilization of nutrients by plants, leading to increased crop yields.

Reduced Leaching: The smaller particles in nano-urea fertilizers reduce the risk of leaching, which is the loss of nutrients to groundwater. This helps to preserve soil fertility and prevent environmental pollution.

Enhanced Efficacy: The unique physical and chemical properties of nano-urea fertilizers increase their efficacy, resulting in more effective plant growth and better crop yields.

Longer Shelf Life: Nano-urea fertilizers are less prone to degradation, resulting in a longer shelf life compared to traditional urea fertilizers.

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Karthik Pandiyan 21 hours 21 minutes ago

Sustainable Fertilizer Production: Implementing sustainable production processes that minimize the environmental impact of fertilizer production and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Fertilizer Blending and Customization: Offering farmers customized blends of fertilizers to meet the specific needs of their crops and soil.

Digital Platforms: Creating digital platforms that connect farmers with fertilizer suppliers and provide information on fertilizer use, availability, and prices.

Efficient Distribution: Improving the distribution network for fertilizers to reduce transportation costs and increase access for farmers.

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Karthik Pandiyan 21 hours 22 minutes ago

Precision Agriculture: Using precision agriculture techniques, farmers can get real-time information on soil fertility, plant health, and weather conditions to optimize fertilizer application and improve crop yields.

Bio-fertilizers: Developing and promoting the use of bio-fertilizers that use natural processes to provide plants with essential nutrients.

Smart Fertilizer Management Systems: Using technology like sensors, GPS, and cloud computing to optimize fertilizer application and minimize waste.

Nutrient Recycling: Promoting the use of nutrient recycling systems that capture nutrients from animal waste and other sources to be used as fertilizer.

Alternative Fertilizer Sources: Exploring alternative fertilizer sources such as compost, green manure, and food waste to reduce the dependence on synthetic fertilizers.