KNOW HOW TO CHECK ADULTERATED FERTILIZERS.

In today's era, we have to take care of adulteration while buying everything, how to identify adulterated goods is a big problem. But if these adulteration is done in fertilizers then the problem becomes very serious for the farmers. Farmers know that most of the investment in farming has to be made for fertilizers and their utility is also very high because they have the potential to increase crop yields by up to 50%.


In today's era, we have to take care of adulteration while buying everything, how to identify adulterated goods is a big problem. But if these adulteration is done in fertilizers then the problem becomes very serious for the farmers. Farmers know that most of the investment in farming has to be made for fertilizers and their utility is also very high because they have the potential to increase crop yields by up to 50%.

Therefore, when fertilizers are adulterated, yields are also reduced, farmers have to buy fertilizers in large quantities and at the same time soil is damaged.

One way to avoid such losses is to check the fertilizers while the farmers are purchasing them. Here we are telling you the method of screening of some major fertilizers: -


Dye Ammonium Phosphate (DAP): -

It is an important fertilizer to be tested for which you take a sample of 1 gram.
Mix it with 5 ml of distilled water and 1 ml of.


Zinc Sulphate: -

The fertilizer used in wheat and paddy crops is zinc sulfate. Manganese sulfate is the major adulterated chemical in zinc sulfate.

Urea: -

Urea is the most commonly used compost, mixed with substances such as common salt and muriate of potash. Its market declines every year and such shopkeeper sells adulterated and cottage urea, which needs to be investigated.
For this you take a sample of 1 gram of

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