Nano-diammonium phosphate is planned to be produced in India

Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (Iffco) is building a nano-diammonium phosphate facility in Odisha for the needs of Indian farmers. The project was approved in June this year, and the construction began in December. The launch of the plant is scheduled for 2023.

Iffco management believes that the use of nanotechnology will allow the production of mineral fertilizers that provide farmers with large yields while reducing costs.

Iffco has previously introduced its line of nano-fertilizers to the market. For example, Nano Urea Liquid can completely replace dry carbamide while improving soil health and reducing environmental impact. At the same time, Iffco doesn’t reveal the applied nanotechnologies.

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