Urea fertilizer for export

Urea fertilizer for export. Wanted urea for export. We have certain suppliers of urea from Russia but we also have buyers with requests for enormous quantities of urea. We are also looking for suppliers of urea as well. So if you have urea to sell and/or if you are a qualified agent, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Prilled. In 50 kg bags, 500 kg bags, in bulk. At FOB Novorossiisk (FOB Novorossiysk) and CIF (also CIF Turkey terms but ask first)

Country of origin – Russia

Other types of urea and urea 46 also wanted or will be considered.

urea FOB carbamide.

Urea fertilizer for export

GOST 2081-92 Urea Fertilizer (also carbamide)

Urea’s industrial applications are manifold. It is employed as as raw material in the manufacture of glues and other products but its’ main role is that of a fertilizer. It is widely used in agriculture.

Packing: bulk; in 50 kg bags.

Delivery: railway and road transport.

Quality parameters:

Granules mass fraction residue on the sieve 6 mm, %  Absent
Granules mass fraction <1 mm, %, not more than 3 
Granules mass fraction 1-4 mm, %, not less than94  
Granules mass fraction 2-4 mm, %, not less than70  
Water mass fraction acc. to Fisher method, %, not more than 0.5 
Nitrogen mass fraction as dry substance, %, not less than46.2  
Anticaking agent content, %, not less than0.030.05 
Biuret mass fraction, %, not more than 1.4 
Statistic strength, %, not less than
How to buy and to sell


We are looking for suppliers of urea fertilizer

Availability of urea and pricing are possible at a number of locations and terms. Please offer you terms. We are looking for suppliers.


Urea granular bulk




Ex works spot prices

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EAST CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT)
NORTHEAST CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
CENTRAL CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
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Ex warehouse spot prices
NORTH CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
EAST CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
SOUTHWEST CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
NORTHEAST CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
CENTRAL CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
NORTHWEST CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer
SOUTH CHINA (CNY/MT & conversion to USD/MT) urea fertilizer

CIF Baltic urea fertilizer
CIF Black Sea urea fertilizer
CIF Middle East urea fertilizer
CIF China
CIF Vietnam
CIF North America
CIF South America
CIF Asia
CIF Europe
CIF Western Europe


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Fertilizers provide three primary nutrients: Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K). Nitrogen supports vegetative growth. Phosphorus improves roots and flowering. Potassium strengthens resistance to environmental assaults, from extreme temperatures to pest attacks.

Urea is the most important nitrogenous fertilizer in the market, with the highest Nitrogen content (about 46 percent). It is a white crystalline organic chemical compound. Urea is neutral in pH and can adapt to almost all kinds of soils. It is a waste product formed naturally by metabolizing protein in humans as well as other mammals, amphibians and some fish. Urea is widely used in the agricultural sector both as a fertilizer and animal feed additive.

The main function of Urea fertilizer is to provide the plants with nitrogen to promote green leafy growth and make the plants look lush. Urea also aids the photosynthesis process of plants. Since urea fertilizer can provide only nitrogen and not phosphorus or potassium, it’s primarily used for bloom growth.Advantages of Urea Fertilizer

  • Superior Nitrogen content
  • Low production cost, as source is natural
  • Non-flammable and risk-free storage
  • Wide application range, for all types of crops and soils
  • Neutral pH and harmless to crops and soil

How to Use Urea Fertilizer?

  • Urea should be applied at the time of sowing. It should not come in contact with the seeds. It also can be applied as a top dressing.
  • Since Urea is highly Nitrogen-concentrated, it should be used in combination with earth or sand before its application.
  • Urea should not be applied when the soil contains free water or likely to remain wet for three or four days after application.

Tips of Blending Urea with Other Fertilizers

Urea can easily be blended with Mono-ammonium Phosphate (MAP) or Di-ammonium Phosphate (DAP). However, Urea must not be mixed with any superphosphate unless applied immediately after blending as Urea reacts with superphosphate liberating water molecules. This will produce a damp material that is hard to store and apply.Specification Of Granular Urea.

Basics of fertilizer urea

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You can purchase fertilizer urea as prills or as a granulated material.

In the past, it was usually produced by dropping liquid urea from a prilling tower while drying the product. The prills formed a smaller and softer substance than other materials commonly used in fertilizer blends.

Today, considerable urea is manufactured as granules. Granules are larger, harder and more resistant to moisture. As a result, granulated urea has become a more suitable material for fertilizer blends. Advantages

  • You can apply urea to soil as a solid, solution or, for certain crops, a foliar spray.
  • Usage involves little or no fire or explosion hazard.
  • Urea’s high analysis – 46 percent N – helps reduce handling, storage and transportation costs over other dry N forms.
  • Urea manufacturing releases few pollutants to the environment.
  • When properly applied, it results in crop yield increases equal to other forms of nitrogen.

 Efficiently using urea

Nitrogen from urea can be lost to the atmosphere if fertilizer urea remains on the soil surface for extended periods of time during warm weather.

The key to most efficiently using urea is to incorporate it into the soil during a tillage operation. You can also blend it into the soil with irrigation water. As little as 0.25 inches of rainfall is sufficient to blend urea deep enough into the soil so ammonia losses won’t occur. Losing urea to air

Urea breakdown begins as soon as it’s applied to the soil. If the soil is totally dry, no reaction happens.

But with the enzyme urease, plus any small amount of soil moisture, urea normally hydrolyzes and converts to ammonium and carbon dioxide. This can occur in two to four days and happens more quickly on high pH soils.

Unless it rains, you must incorporate urea during this time to avoid ammonia loss. Losses might be quite low in the spring if the soil temperature is cold.

The chemical reaction is:

CO(NH2)2 + H2O + urease → 2NH3 +CO2 (urea)

The problem is the NH3, because it’s a gas. However, if it’s incorporated, it acts the same as incorporated anhydrous ammonia. Also, half of 28 percent liquid N is urea. The same thing happens with this half as with regular urea. Losing urea due to soil temperature and pH

Urea’s volatility depends to a great extent on soil temperature and soil pH. Tables 1 and 2 show that, after a few days, warm temperatures or high pH would cause losses.

Table 1: Impact of temperature on urea losses

Days45 F60 F75 F90 F
0 days0% of added N volatilized0% of added N volatilized0% of added N volatilized0% of added N volatilized
2 days0% of added N volatilized0% of added N volatilized1% of added N volatilized2% of added N volatilized
4 days2% of added N volatilized2% of added N volatilized4% of added N volatilized5% of added N volatilized
6 days5% of added N volatilized6% of added N volatilized7% of added N volatilized10% of added N volatilized
8 days5% of added N volatilized7% of added N volatilized12% of added N volatilized19% of added N volatilized
10 days6% of added N volatilized10% of added N volatilized14% of added N volatilized20% of added N volatilized

Table shows percent of surface-added urea volatilized as ammonia at different temperatures and days on the surface. Urea was added on a silt loam soil at 100 pounds of N.

Table 2: Impact of soil pH on urea loss

DaysSoil pH- 5.0Soil pH-5.5Soil pH- 6.0Soil pH- 6.5Soil pH- 7.0Soil pH- 7.5
00 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized
20 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized0 of added N volatilized1 of added N volatilized5 of added N volatilized
41 of added N volatilized2 of added N volatilized5 of added N volatilized10 of added N volatilized18 of added N volatilized20 of added N volatilized
64 of added N volatilized5 of added N volatilized7 of added N volatilized11 of added N volatilized23 of added N volatilized30 of added N volatilized
88 of added N volatilized9 of added N volatilized12 of added N volatilized18 of added N volatilized30 of added N volatilized33 of added N volatilized
108 of added N volatilized10 of added N volatilized13 of added N volatilized22 of added N volatilized40 of added N volatilized44 of added N volatilized

Table shows the percent of surface-added urea volatilized as ammonia at various soil pH levels and days on the surface. Urea was added on silt loam soil at 100 pounds of N per acre.

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