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Leading Manufacturer of agricultural gypsum powder, rock phosphate 14-16%, rock phosphate 18-20%, rock phosphate +28%, rock phosphate 12-14% and lime soil ph corrector from Jaipur.

Agricultural Gypsum Powder

₹ 15,000 /Tonne Get Latest Price

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Packaging Size50 Kg
Packaging TypeBag
FormPowder
ColorBrown
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
MaterialGypsum
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Tonne

We have relentlessly pursued excellence in its endeavor by rendering optimum quality Agriculture Gypsum. Our offered product finds its application in soil treatment industries and helps in removing the sulphur from the soil. Further, it is highly effective and is tested on certain parameters to ensure its purity and best quality at customer's end. In addition, our customers can avail this Agriculture Gypsum from us as per their specific needs at market leading prices.
Features:
•Accurate composition
•Purity
•Effectiveness
•Long shelf life
As a source of Sulphur:
Cultivation of Cereals, pulses, Oil seas and other crops removes sulphur from the soil which can be up to 12 kg. Of sulphur per hectare from the soil. Natural Gypsum contains 13 % sulphur and thus can be used as source of sulphur to the soil. Farmers use Neelkanth mineral Gypsum as a source of sulphur to increase the yield of crops.
Reclamation of Sodic Land (Sodium Soil) :
Gypsum neutralizes alkaline soils and improves the soil permeability and also help the penetration of water and air which are mainly prevented from circulating in alkaline soils.
Increases the cation exchange capacity:
Gypsum increases the cation exchange capacity of soil and thus supports for the maximum fertilizer utilization. It also reduces the harmful effects of sodium salts.
•Easy to apply to compacted lawns through a fertilizer spreader.
•Natural & Ecologically safe.
•Does not alter soil acidity, thus, is safe for acid habitat plants.
•Acts as soil conditioner. If works through a chemical reaction to loosen and aerate hard & heavy clay soils.
•Improves drainage & root penetration enhance proper cell development and growth.
Agriculture Grade Gypsum:
Contains not less than 50% of Calcium Sulphate Dehydrate (CaSO42H2O). The Mineral is in crushed rough powder form of size less than 1mm to 2 mm and thus is excellent for soil reclamation.
•Also available in Granular Shape as per buyer's requirement & Specification.
•Also available in 100 Mesh Powder as per buyer's requirement & specification.

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

₹ 10 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
Purity16 %
FormPowder
Packaging TypeBag
ColorBrown
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

₹ 10 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
FormPowder
Purity18 %
Packaging TypeBag
ColorBrown
Grade StandardOrganic, Agriculture/Fertilizer
BrandJBF
Shelf Life2 Years
Target CropsAll Crops
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

 

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

 

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16% 

Rock Phosphate 16-18% 

Rock Phosphate 18-20% 

Rock Phosphate +28% 

 

 

 

Rock Phosphate +28%

₹ 10,000 /Tonne Get Latest Price

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Packaging Size50 Kg
FormPowder
Purity22 %
Packaging TypeHDPE Bag
ColorBrown
Usage/ApplicationOrganic
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Tonne

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

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Rock Phosphate 12-14%

₹ 10 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
Purity16 %
FormPowder
Packaging TypeBag
ColorBrown
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer, Organic
BrandJBF
Shelf Life2 Years
Dosage50 Kg/Acre
Target CropsAll Crops
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

Lime Soil pH Corrector

₹ 10 /Kg Get Latest Price

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Packaging Size50 Kg
GradeAgriculture
Packaging TypeBag
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
FormGranule
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

Agricultural lime is a soil amendment product used to condition soil by raising pH levels. It is made from crushed limestone that contains natural nutrients to promote healthy plant growth. When lime is added to agricultural crops, it dissolves and releases a base that counteracts or neutralizes soil acidity.
Types of Lime for Agricultural Crops :
Depending on how acidic the soil has become, there are different types of lime products to use. Lime is available as magnesium or calcium additives. Magnesium-based lime is called dolomitic lime. Calcium-based lime is called calcitic lime. Depending on your soil’s specific deficiency, it may require one type of lime or the other. It may even require a combination of both.
Reducing Acidity Levels in Soil : 
Soil naturally contains countless minerals and nutrients that each serve a purpose in helping crops grow healthily. When the mineral content becomes unbalanced, the soil can become too alkalized or too acidic depending on the levels of the different types of minerals.When the soil contains high levels of minerals like iron, aluminum and manganese, then a pH imbalance is created. This causes soil acidity levels to rise. Simultaneously, this also causes a deficiency in other important soil minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Without calcium and magnesium, plants cannot reach healthy growth levels.
Applying Lime to Agricultural Crops :
 
In many cases agricultural lime should be applied to the acidic areas of the soil at least six months prior to planting the next crop however the timing may be sooner or later depending on the agricultural lime’s particle sizing. Smaller particles with greater surface area tend to provide liming value and affect the pH more quickly than large particles do. If application should be applied at least six months prior to planting this means that lime should be applied after harvest in the late fall or winter months. By waiting six months, it gives the soil a sufficient amount of time to adjust to the added nutrients and balance out the pH levels.
Benefits of Lime for Soil :
When it comes to financial benefits, agricultural lime for crops is worth the investment. Agricultural lime is a long-term solution for ensuring maximum crop output. A single application of agricultural lime can last up to several years. During these years, your crops will produce better yields, which translates to more product and/or better product to sell.
Increases Nutrient Uptake in Roots :
Once the ag lime for crops is applied, it will begin to balance out the soil’s pH levels. A neutral or neutralized soil provides a healthy environment for plants to improve their nutrient uptake. When grown in acidic soil, plants struggle to take up nutrients. Once the soil becomes less acidic, the roots look for more nutrients to absorb.
Strengthens Root System :
As roots take up a greater volume of nutrients, they begin to thrive and strengthen throughout the whole root system. Having a strong root system in your crops is essential for the crop’s ability to withstand environmental challenges such as rain, wind or drought.
Improves Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes :
For legume crops like soybeans, agricultural lime can help improve nitrogen fixation. This is the process by which bacteria that live within the legume roots are able to convert atmospheric nitrogen into nutrients which crops can use.
Improves Fertilizer/Herbicide Efficiency :
When the soil becomes too acidic, it prevents herbicides from functioning properly. Acidic soil can also decrease fertilizer efficiency.  By restoring soil to a more neutral pH level, it can help improve the efficiency of fertilizers and herbicides, which further improves your bottom line.

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

₹ 10 /Kg Get Latest Price

Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
Packaging TypeBag
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

 

 

P2O5 12-14%

₹ 3,000 /Metric Ton Get Latest Price

Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
FormPowder
Packaging TypeBag
ColorBrown
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 3000 Metric Ton

 

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

 

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16% 

Rock Phosphate 16-18% 

Rock Phosphate 18-20% 

Rock Phosphate +28% 

 

 

 

P2O5 18-20%

₹ 5,000 /Tonne Get Latest Price

Purity18 %
FormPowder
Packaging TypeHDPE Bag
ColorBrown
Packaging Size50 Kg
Usage/ApplicationOrganic
BrandJBF
Shelf Life2 Years
Target CropsAll Crops
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Tonne

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

P2O5 14-16%

₹ 3,000 /Metric Ton Get Latest Price

Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
Packaging TypeBag
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Metric Ton

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

P2O5 16-18%

₹ 3,000 /Metric Ton Get Latest Price

Packaging Size50 Kg Bag
Packaging TypeBag
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Metric Ton

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

P2O5 +28%

₹ 3,000 /Metric Ton Get Latest Price

Usage/ApplicationAgriculture/Fertilizer
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size50 kg
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Metric Ton

Rock Phosphate is used to produce soluble Phosphate fertilizers, but some is used for direct application to soil. While phosphate rock can be a valuable source of Phosphate for plants, it’s not always appropriate for direct application. Its suitability depends partly on naturally occurring mineral impurities, such as clay, carbonate, iron and aluminum. Labs estimate the effectiveness of phosphate rock for direct application by dissolving rock in a solution containing a dilute acid to simulate soil conditions. Sources classified as “highly reactive” are the most suitable for direct soil application.

Direct use of phosphate rock avoids the extra processing associated with converting apatite to a soluble form. The minimal processing may result in a lower-cost nutrient source and make it acceptable for organic crop production systems.

When a water-soluble P fertilizer is added to soil, it quickly dissolves and reacts to form low-solubility compounds. When phosphate rock is added to soil, it slowly dissolves to gradually release nutrients, but the rate of dissolution may be too slow to support healthy plant growth in some soils. To optimize the effectiveness of phosphate rock, consider these factors:

Soil pH. phosphate rock requires acid soil conditions to effectively nourish crops. Use of phosphate rock is not usually recommended when the soil pH exceeds 5.5. Adding lime to raise soil pH and decrease aluminum toxicity may slow phosphate rock dissolution.

Soil P-fixing capacity. The dissolution of phosphate rock increases with a greater P-fixing capacity of soil (such as high clay content).

Soil properties. Low calcium and high organic matter in the soil tend to speed phosphate rock dissolution.

Placement. Broadcasting phosphate rock and incorporating it with tillage speeds the reaction of the soil.

Species. Some plant species can better utilize phosphate rock because they excrete organic acids from the roots into the surrounding soil.

Timing. The time required for the dissolution of phosphate rock necessitates its application in advance of the plant demand

Available Grades :

Specifications

Rock Phosphate  12-14%

Rock Phosphate 14-16%

Rock Phosphate 16-18%

Rock Phosphate 18-20%

Rock Phosphate +28%

 

Dolomite Lime Granules

₹ 6 /Kg Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Packaging Size50 kg
Calcium TypeIndian
GradeIndustrial Grade
FormSolid
Packaging TypeHDPE Bag
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

Agriculture grade dolomite used for soil neutralization/conditioner to correct acidity. It also finds use as filler in fertilizers. The main ingredient is calciumcarbonate, it helps to increase the pH of acidic soils and it provides a good source of calcium for plant. It improves the water penetration for acidic soil. It also contains MgCO3 for triggering fast growth of plants.

USES : 
-Agricultural grade Dolomite powder used primarily to control acidity(pH) in soils by making them more basic(alkaline).
-Higher mesh (smaller particles) has greater surface area to contact and react with soil particles than larger particles in the same amount (mass) of dolomite powder. To achieve a fine particle size, crushed agricultural grade dolomite is sieved through a series of screens until the required fineness is reached.
-Agricultural grade dolomite also neutralizes soil pH and cuts fertilizer costs by making fertilizer more available to plant roots, so less fertilizer is needed. Fertilizers that contain nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, and other essential nutrients are more effective in slightly acidic to neutral soils.
-Agricultural grade dolomite boots the performance of certain herbicides. As with fertilizer, modern herbicides are most effective when soil pH is slightly acidic (pH of 6.5) to neutral (pH of 7.0). When soils are more acidic, herbicides attach to soil particles, reducing their ability to control weed growth.
-Agricultural grade dolomite improves the chemical, biological, and physical conditions of the soil. Water infiltration, drainage, and the healthy growth of beneficial microorganisms are improved by the proper application of dolomite powder, which is a cut down on the amount of fertilizer and herbicides needed and the amount of agricultural runoff produced from them. Dolomite powder can also correct toxic levels of aluminum and manganese that are sometimes found in acidic soils.

Soil neutralization :

-Since liming can stimulate plant growth, it is important to also fertilize limed soil. This insures that all of the nutrients used by the plants for growth are maintained in the soil for the following year''''s growth.
-Soils may also become too basic, or alkaline, especially in areas where there is little precipitation. Substances that can act as acids such as calcium sulfate, also called gypsum (CaSO4), and sulfur (S2) can be applied to the soil for neutralization.

Dolomite Agriculture

₹ 20 /Kg Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
ApplicationAgriculture
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Packaging Size50 Kg
Packaging TypeBag
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Kg

Agriculture grade dolomite used for soil neutralization/conditioner to correct acidity. It also finds use as filler in fertilizers. The main ingredient is calciumcarbonate, it helps to increase the pH of acidic soils and it provides a good source of calcium for plant. It improves the water penetration for acidic soil. It also contains MgCO3 for triggering fast growth of plants.

USES :
 
•Agricultural grade Dolomite powder used primarily to control acidity(pH) in soils by making them more basic(alkaline).
•Higher mesh (smaller particles) has greater surface area to contact and react with soil particles than larger particles in the same amount (mass) of dolomite powder. To achieve a fine particle size, crushed agricultural grade dolomite is sieved through a series of screens until the required fineness is reached.
•Agricultural grade dolomite also neutralizes soil pH and cuts fertilizer costs by making fertilizer more available to plant roots, so less fertilizer is needed. Fertilizers that contain nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, and other essential nutrients are more effective in slightly acidic to neutral soils.
•Agricultural grade dolomite boots the performance of certain herbicides. As with fertilizer, modern herbicides are most effective when soil pH is slightly acidic (pH of 6.5) to neutral (pH of 7.0). When soils are more acidic, herbicides attach to soil particles, reducing their ability to control weed growth.
•Agricultural grade dolomite improves the chemical, biological, and physical conditions of the soil. Water infiltration, drainage, and the healthy growth of beneficial microorganisms are improved by the proper application of dolomite powder, which is a cut down on the amount of fertilizer and herbicides needed and the amount of agricultural runoff produced from them. Dolomite powder can also correct toxic levels of aluminum and manganese that are sometimes found in acidic soils.

Soil neutralization :

•Since liming can stimulate plant growth, it is important to also fertilize limed soil. This insures that all of the nutrients used by the plants for growth are maintained in the soil for the following year''s growth.
•Soils may also become too basic, or alkaline, especially in areas where there is little precipitation. Substances that can act as acids such as calcium sulfate, also called gypsum (CaSO4), and sulfur (S2) can be applied to the soil for neutralization.

Calcitic Lime Agriculture Grade

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OrganicAgriculture
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size50 Kg
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Tonne

Agricultural lime is a soil amendment product used to condition soil by raising pH levels. It is made from crushed limestone that contains natural nutrients to promote healthy plant growth. When lime is added to agricultural crops, it dissolves and releases a base that counteracts or neutralizes soil acidity.
Types of Lime for Agricultural Crops :
Agricultural lime comes in several states: oxides, hydroxide, silicate or carbonate. These are the forms of magnesium or calcium that will neutralize pH levels in the soil. Calcium and magnesium on their own will not neutralize the pH level. Only when they are applied in these forms will they serve the purpose of lowering acidity levels.
Reducing Acidity Levels in Soil : 
This pH imbalance can happen for any number of reasons. The soil itself could be naturally higher in these mineral contents, or it could be caused by the types of fertilizers being used. Alternatively, soil can become acidic when the presence of beneficial bacteria found in organic matter dwindles and there isn’t enough microbial activity in the soil. Whatever the case may be, acidic soil is generally a nutrient imbalance or deficiency that prevents healthy plant growth.
When soil becomes too acidic, it makes it very difficult for plant roots to grow. In fact, acidic soil can stunt root growth altogether, which prevents plant development. Plant roots aren’t able to take up nutrients effectively, which lowers the overall health level of the crops. In essence, high acidity creates a toxic environment for crops. 
Applying Lime to Agricultural Crops : 
Once the soil has been tested throughout the field, you can then determine the appropriate amount of lime to use. Certain sections of the soil may be more acidic than others. In this case, a suitable lime application plan must be created in order to avoid over- or undersupplying lime across the field.When applying lime to agricultural crops, it’s important to work it into the soil as much as possible. If lime simply resides on the surface, it will take much longer for it to dissolve and then condition the soil. However, this may not apply to crops with roots that feed close to the surface, such as alfalfa, or if a no-till practice is being followed. If you are going to apply lime to your crops, it’s best to use crop-specific lime application practices.
Benefits of Lime for Soil :
By applying agricultural lime to crops, you can help to increase the soil’s pH level by neutralizing and reducing the levels of manganese and iron that cause soil to become acidic. Lower manganese and iron levels can help to reduce the risk of plants becoming toxic, which helps increase their growth and output rates.
Boosts Microbial Activity :
When soil is too acidic, the beneficial microbes in the soil aren’t able to thrive. This reduces soil health and the possibility of nutrient uptake in the crop’s roots. The agricultural lime effect on crops allows it to create a better environment to promote microbial activity to improve healthy crop growth.
Improves Plant Structure :
With a balanced pH level in the soil, the crop, especially young plants, can grow stronger overall. This additional strength starts in the roots and works its way up through the complete plant structure. Improved plant structure ensures the crops are healthier and able to yield more.
Provides Calcium and Magnesium :
Agricultural lime actively supplements calcium and/or magnesium levels in the soil. These are essential nutrients to ensuring healthy plant growth. Agricultural lime provides a steady supply of the nutrients, which over time ensures the soil is conditioned appropriately for optimum output.

Calcite Mineral Agriculture Grade

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OrganicAgriculture
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Packaging TypeBag
Packaging Size50 Kg
ColorOff White
StateSolid
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Tonne

Agricultural lime is a soil amendment product used to condition soil by raising pH levels. It is made from crushed limestone that contains natural nutrients to promote healthy plant growth. When lime is added to agricultural crops, it dissolves and releases a base that counteracts or neutralizes soil acidity.
Types of Lime for Agricultural Crops :
Agricultural lime comes in several states: oxides, hydroxide, silicate or carbonate. These are the forms of magnesium or calcium that will neutralize pH levels in the soil. Calcium and magnesium on their own will not neutralize the pH level. Only when they are applied in these forms will they serve the purpose of lowering acidity levels.
Reducing Acidity Levels in Soil : 
This pH imbalance can happen for any number of reasons. The soil itself could be naturally higher in these mineral contents, or it could be caused by the types of fertilizers being used. Alternatively, soil can become acidic when the presence of beneficial bacteria found in organic matter dwindles and there isn’t enough microbial activity in the soil. Whatever the case may be, acidic soil is generally a nutrient imbalance or deficiency that prevents healthy plant growth.
When soil becomes too acidic, it makes it very difficult for plant roots to grow. In fact, acidic soil can stunt root growth altogether, which prevents plant development. Plant roots aren’t able to take up nutrients effectively, which lowers the overall health level of the crops. In essence, high acidity creates a toxic environment for crops. 
Applying Lime to Agricultural Crops : 
Once the soil has been tested throughout the field, you can then determine the appropriate amount of lime to use. Certain sections of the soil may be more acidic than others. In this case, a suitable lime application plan must be created in order to avoid over- or undersupplying lime across the field.When applying lime to agricultural crops, it’s important to work it into the soil as much as possible. If lime simply resides on the surface, it will take much longer for it to dissolve and then condition the soil. However, this may not apply to crops with roots that feed close to the surface, such as alfalfa, or if a no-till practice is being followed. If you are going to apply lime to your crops, it’s best to use crop-specific lime application practices.
Benefits of Lime for Soil :
By applying agricultural lime to crops, you can help to increase the soil’s pH level by neutralizing and reducing the levels of manganese and iron that cause soil to become acidic. Lower manganese and iron levels can help to reduce the risk of plants becoming toxic, which helps increase their growth and output rates.
Boosts Microbial Activity :
When soil is too acidic, the beneficial microbes in the soil aren’t able to thrive. This reduces soil health and the possibility of nutrient uptake in the crop’s roots. The agricultural lime effect on crops allows it to create a better environment to promote microbial activity to improve healthy crop growth.
Improves Plant Structure :
With a balanced pH level in the soil, the crop, especially young plants, can grow stronger overall. This additional strength starts in the roots and works its way up through the complete plant structure. Improved plant structure ensures the crops are healthier and able to yield more.
Provides Calcium and Magnesium :
Agricultural lime actively supplements calcium and/or magnesium levels in the soil. These are essential nutrients to ensuring healthy plant growth. Agricultural lime provides a steady supply of the nutrients, which over time ensures the soil is conditioned appropriately for optimum output.

Agricultural Lime Granules

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Packaging Size50 Kg
Physical StateGranules
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Packaging TypeHDPE Bag
GradeAgriculture
FormGranule
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Tonne

Agricultural lime is a soil amendment product used to condition soil by raising pH levels. It is made from crushed limestone that contains natural nutrients to promote healthy plant growth. When lime is added to agricultural crops, it dissolves and releases a base that counteracts or neutralizes soil acidity.
Types of Lime for Agricultural Crops :
Depending on how acidic the soil has become, there are different types of lime products to use. Lime is available as magnesium or calcium additives. Magnesium-based lime is called dolomitic lime. Calcium-based lime is called calcitic lime. Depending on your soil’s specific deficiency, it may require one type of lime or the other. It may even require a combination of both.
Reducing Acidity Levels in Soil : 
Soil naturally contains countless minerals and nutrients that each serve a purpose in helping crops grow healthily. When the mineral content becomes unbalanced, the soil can become too alkalized or too acidic depending on the levels of the different types of minerals.When the soil contains high levels of minerals like iron, aluminum and manganese, then a pH imbalance is created. This causes soil acidity levels to rise. Simultaneously, this also causes a deficiency in other important soil minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Without calcium and magnesium, plants cannot reach healthy growth levels.
Applying Lime to Agricultural Crops : 
In many cases agricultural lime should be applied to the acidic areas of the soil at least six months prior to planting the next crop however the timing may be sooner or later depending on the agricultural lime’s particle sizing. Smaller particles with greater surface area tend to provide liming value and affect the pH more quickly than large particles do. If application should be applied at least six months prior to planting this means that lime should be applied after harvest in the late fall or winter months. By waiting six months, it gives the soil a sufficient amount of time to adjust to the added nutrients and balance out the pH levels.
Benefits of Lime for Soil :
When it comes to financial benefits, agricultural lime for crops is worth the investment. Agricultural lime is a long-term solution for ensuring maximum crop output. A single application of agricultural lime can last up to several years. During these years, your crops will produce better yields, which translates to more product and/or better product to sell.
Increases Nutrient Uptake in Roots :
Once the ag lime for crops is applied, it will begin to balance out the soil’s pH levels. A neutral or neutralized soil provides a healthy environment for plants to improve their nutrient uptake. When grown in acidic soil, plants struggle to take up nutrients. Once the soil becomes less acidic, the roots look for more nutrients to absorb.
Strengthens Root System :
As roots take up a greater volume of nutrients, they begin to thrive and strengthen throughout the whole root system. Having a strong root system in your crops is essential for the crop’s ability to withstand environmental challenges such as rain, wind or drought.
Improves Nitrogen Fixation in Legumes :
For legume crops like soybeans, agricultural lime can help improve nitrogen fixation. This is the process by which bacteria that live within the legume roots are able to convert atmospheric nitrogen into nutrients which crops can use.
Improves Fertilizer/Herbicide Efficiency :
When the soil becomes too acidic, it prevents herbicides from functioning properly. Acidic soil can also decrease fertilizer efficiency.  By restoring soil to a more neutral pH level, it can help improve the efficiency of fertilizers and herbicides, which further improves your bottom line.

Dolomitic Lime

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Packaging Size50 Kg Bags
FormPowder
Packaging TypeBag
Country of OriginMade in India

Minimum order quantity: 10000 Ton

Agriculture grade dolomite used for soil neutralization/conditioner to correct acidity. It also finds use as filler in fertilizers. The main ingredient is calciumcarbonate, it helps to increase the pH of acidic soils and it provides a good source of calcium for plant. It improves the water penetration for acidic soil. It also contains MgCO3 for triggering fast growth of plants.

USES : 

Agricultural grade Dolomite powder used primarily to control acidity(pH) in soils by making them more basic(alkaline).
Fertilizers and herbicides can then work efficiently, and plants can more readily absorb the nutrients that help them grow.
CaCO3 reacts strongly to acid in the soils, such as sulfuric acid. This reaction forms water, carbon dioxide, and calcium or magnesium salts, thus creating a soil that is less acidic and more productive.
The composition of these carbonates includes a low percentage(approximately 3%) of silica, aluminum and iron compounds, as well as trace elements such as strontium, sulfur, and zinc, which contribute to vigorous plant growth.
Higher mesh (smaller particles) has greater surface area to contact and react with soil particles than larger particles in the same amount (mass) of dolomite powder. To achieve a fine particle size, crushed agricultural grade dolomite is sieved through a series of screens until the required fineness is reached.

Soil neutralization : 
Neutralization of soil is necessary in order to promote plant growth. The ability of plants to take nutrients as calcium, magnesium and other minerals from the soil into their roots is affected by the pH content of the surrounding soil particles.
In the liming process, agricultural grade dolomite-calcium carbonate (CaCO3) that may also contain magnesium carbonate (MgCO3) neutralizes acid in the soil and provides nutrients to promote plant growth.

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