Zuari’s brand of urea – Jai Kisaan Urea, is one of the most recognised brands of urea amongst Indian farmers. Available in 50kg bags, our urea is ideal for foliar spraying, due to its low biuret content. Foliar spraying is beneficial for plants especially in saline soils as it avoids a further increase in salt concentration. In waterlogged areas, it prevents the leaching loss of Nitrogen. Foliar spraying is also beneficial in dry conditions where there is little soil moisture, as plants are able to assimilate urea through the leaves. Just 2 to 4kg of urea can be dissolved in 100 litres of water can be effectively used for foliar spray.
Urea can either be provided to the crops at time of planting or be top-dressed. Direct contact with the seed is required to ensure urea has an optimal effect. Enriched with ammoniacal nitrogen this fertiliser ensures crops rapidly recover from nitrogen deficiency. As urea is a concentrated fertilizer, the split application of urea is ideal.
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IndiaMART Member SinceJul 2014
Activities - Kibbutz Tradelink has been established to introduce an agriculture sector in the business of E-commerce.
Purpose - To be a dawn in the online agriculture sector by providing enhanced services, relationship, and profitability.
Vision - To provide quality services that exceeds the expectations of our esteemed customers and to improve the lifestyle and different ways of earning of agriculture sector.
Mission statement - To build long term relationship with our customers and clients and provide exceptional customer services by pursuing business through innovation and advance technology. We try helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources.
Core values - Kibbutz Tradelink is working to connect the agriculture sector to global online market. We integrate honesty, integrity and business ethics into all aspects of our business functioning.
Goal - Over last two – three decades country has undergone a substantial structural and financial change, during which the number of farms and farmers has significantly decreased. The farmers in India today are not better equipped, not having entrepreneurial skills and managerial abilities required for coping up with the changing, dynamic world of modern agriculture.
That’s why kibbutz trade link has been working particularly in above sectors to introduce the Indian agriculture sector to the global market and also working for exposure to modern farming.