Urea 46% N Characteristics

Urea is the most concentrated nitrogen fertilizer. It can be applied for all types of crops. Urea is the most concentrated Nitrogen fertilizer. It contains Nitrogen in amide form, which in soil converts first into ammonium and then into nitrate forms. It is readily soluble in water. Using anti-caking agents ensures its free-flowing during storing. Urea is not subject to RID or ADR regulations.

Chemical formula CO(NH2)2


Nitrogen (w tym biuret), between % (m/m) % 46 ± 0,4
Biuret, %(m/m) - not more than 1,2
Water, %(m/m) - not more than 0,5
Content of granules with size 1-3,15 mm, %(m/m) - not less than 90
Packing Bulk
50 kg PE bags
500 kg PP big-bags with PE insert
Transportation The fertilizer should be transported in the means of transportation which protect the product from the action of water, precipitation, direct sunlight and damage to the packaging. The fertilizer is not subject to RID or ADR regulations.
Storage Urea should be stored in dry, clean and well ventilated roofed compartments with moisture-proof foundation in the piles up to 10 layers of bags. Big-bags weighing up to 500kg may be stored in up to 2 layers. Urea must be protected from moisture.
Usage Urea can be applied on all kinds of soils, except for very acid or just limed soils. It can be applied for all type of crops, both for seedbed and top dressing application. It can be applied in solid or liquid forms.
Recommended doses
Crops (kg/ha)
Winter cereals 130-283
Spring cereals 65-261
Spring rapeseed 130-261
Winter rapeseed 304-435
Potatoes 130-261
Sugarbeets and fodder beets 283-391
Mustard plant 130-174
Flax 65-109
Broad bean 65-196
Pea 43-87
Maize 283-370
Cereal-Legumes mixtures 109-130
Lucerne with grass 174-391
Grass 370-500
Grassland 261-391
While calculating dosage of the fertilizer one should take into account factors such as current soil analysis, its quality class and agronomical category, average yield per hectare in recent years, forecrop and the use of other nutritional components.