Urea, at 46% nitrogen (N), is the most concentrated solid nitrogen
There is considerable flexibility in how and when to apply urea. The best time will vary with the crop, soil type, locality and the application equipment available to do the job.
Urea can be applied on its own, or in blends with products such as DAP and Muriate of Potash.
It can be applied pre-plant, or
There are limits to how much
Urea is also used a non-protein nitrogen supplement for ruminants, e.g. sheep and cattle. Urea allows ruminants to make better use of low protein roughages, e.g. dry grass, during dry weather and the onset of drought.
- Urea is not classified as being a Dangerous Good or as Security Sensitive, as is ammonium
nitrate, nor is it classified as a Poison.
- Urea has a Specific Gravity of 1.33
The Bulk Density is typically in the range of 700 – 780 kg per cubic
- Urea granules are typically in the range of 2 – 4 mm.
Other products we service:
Lime, Gypsum, Super, Dry Manure and Slug Baits
Variable Rate Product Application
Superior Spreading has the technology to ensure both cost saving and product saving. You are guaranteeing yourself the latest in technology to get your soil maintenance to the level you are seeking – without having to apply
The berry engineering chain bed spreader safeguards your crop by providing a spreader that gives 100% positive feed of product to the spinners.
We also offer a Side Tipping Trailer and product orders.
Side Tipping Trailer
We have a side tipping trailer available to carry more product to you.
We can arrange and collect your orders directly with the suppliers.
When it comes to VR mapping, we liaise with the agronomists throughout the process to obtain maps.