08 July 2021, New Delhi: The Madhya Pradesh will be the first state to receive Nano Urea manufactured by IFFCO. The use of nano urea will improve the crop productivity and increase the income of the farmers. Also the input cost and use of chemical fertilizers will also come down.
The first batch Union Agriculture Minister Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar said that IFFCO has developed this innovative product under Make in India. Union Agriculture Minister Mr. Tomar flagged off the first batch dispatch from Delhi in the virtual program from IFFCO plant in Kalol, Gujarat for Madhya Pradesh.
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IFFCO Chairman Mr. BS Nakai, Vice President Mr. Dilip Sanghani, Managing Director Dr. Uday Shankar Awasthi, Joint Managing Director Mr. Rakesh Kapoor, officials of Kalol Plant, State Marketing Manager were dispatched to Jabalpur.
On this occasion, Dr. Awasthi said that through this product IFFCO is contributing towards self-reliant India and self-reliant agriculture. A half liter bottle of nano urea is equal to a 50 kg bag of urea.
Nano Urea Production at a Glance –
- Present capacity of Kalol plant is 6,750 tonnes per day
- Supply capacity 15,000 bottles per day from Kalol plant
- Plants under construction of Nano Urea – Kalol, Amla and Phulpur
- Total initial annual production capacity is 140 million bottles (500 ml).