The presence of phosphatic
nodules and bituminous matter in some of the lowest azoic rocks, probably indicates the former existence of life at these periods.
Theoretical doses of P and phosphatic
fertilizers required to develop P levels in soil solutions under field conditions were calculated from the modified Freundlich model to develop soil solution P of 0.
The cabinet also reduced Subsidy in Nutrient Based rates for Phosphatic
and Potassic fertilizers for the year 2013-14.
NEW DELHI -- The fertilisers ministry has opposed the petroleum ministry's move to snap supply of cheaper gas from RIL's Andhra offshore field to units manufacturing potassic and phosphatic
fertilisers, even as government is grappling with fall in production from India 's gas bowl.
All samples within the phosphatic
horizon will also be analysed from a comprehensive suite of 34 trace elements in due course.
Therefore, application of phosphatic
fertilizers is essentially required to maximize crop yields.
It is a sequence of mostly pale greenish-grey laminated phosphatic
marls, light grey white-purple clay with interbeds of sandstones.
The ratings reflect the company's leading market position in phosphatic
fertilisers in the territories it operates in, favorable demand outlook for phosphatic
fertilisers, moderate cost position due to high operating efficiency and part backward integration into the manufacture of phosphoric acid and high financial flexibility arising from sizeable liquid investments.
There was also a sizeable increase in the sales of phosphatic
and potassic fertilizers as the Company continued its efforts to promote balanced fertilization.
Fluoride is also an impurity in phosphatic
fertilisers (impurity levels can be as high as 3.
Phosphorus is bound in apatite of lingulate brachiopods Paterina and Mickwitzia (Gorjansky 1969) and phosphatic
pebbles (Mens & Pirrus 1977).
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Fertilizer Manufacturing Industry report provides the most updated market research on the industry.