Good news for farmers.. Center has given green signal to Nano liquid DAP..

The central government has taken a crucial decision in the interests of farmers. Nano gave green signal for use of DAP. This will benefit the farmers a lot. Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers Mansukh Mandaviya announced this on Saturday. He stated that the government has approved the release of nano liquid DAP (Di-Ammonium Phosphate) fertilizers for the benefit of farmers and to make the country self-reliant.

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Fertilizer cooperative IFFCO, which introduced nano liquid urea in 2021, has been approved by the government to release its nano DAP fertilizer in the market. Mandaviya tweeted that after Nano Urea, now the government has given permission to Nano DAP as well. He stated that this is another success towards achieving self-sufficiency in fertilizers. Mandaviya said that this will benefit the farmers.

IFCO Managing Director US Awasthi tweeted on Friday that IFCO Nano DAP has been approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and notified in the Fertilizer Control Order (FCO) based on its encouraging results. “Nano DAP developed by IFFCO is a game changer for Indian agriculture and economy,” the tweet said.

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Meanwhile, the soon-to-be-available bottle Nano DAP is equivalent to a bag of DAP, which is currently priced at Rs.1,350. However, IFFCO will also release nano potash, nano zinc and nano copper fertilizers. In June 2021, IFFCO launched Nano Urea in liquid form as an alternative to conventional urea. It has set up several manufacturing plants in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh to produce Nano Urea. DAP is one of the most widely used fertilizers after urea in the country.

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There is no government subsidy on Nano Urea. Each bottle is sold at Rs.240. But the government provides large subsidy for conventional urea to ensure affordable price to the farmers. The production capacity of urea in the country is 26 million tonnes and the demand is 35 million tonnes. This deficit is being compensated by imports. India is importing DAP and MOP (Murate of Potash) on a large scale to meet its domestic demand.


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