Crude Manure Fertilizer Exports
Crude Manure Fertilizers will be very helpful so that the soil is not deficient in many nutrients. There are different types of fertilizers with natural base and produced by industrial method.
What is the Crude Manure Fertilizer?
The production of this type of fertilizer created a revolution in agriculture and the increase in the examples of manure products. Over time, the production of these fertilizers increases, and since in addition to increasing the yield of these fertilizers, it should be borne in mind that these fertilizers cause a lot of damage to soil, living organisms and ecosystems. The chemical and purity of different fertilizers containing an element are very different. These differences have a significant impact on the consumption, distribution, fertilization time and effectiveness of fertilizers. Therefore, it is necessary to know enough about the types of chemical fertilizers before choosing or consuming them. Chemical fertilizers are divided into two categories, some of which are high consumption elements of the plant or macro elements and some of which are low consumption elements of the plant (micro elements).
High consumption elements (macro) include: nitrogen – phosphorus – potash – calcium – magnesium
Low consumption elements (micro) including: iron – zinc – manganese – copper – boron
Chemical fertilizers are classified according to the type of element. For example, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizers have one or two elements. If a fertilizer has all the elements together and in proportion, it is called complete fertilizer.
Crude Manure Fertilizer Importing Costs
Brazil is a major agricultural power, but it relies heavily on imports for agricultural fertilizers, and more than 70 percent of the country’s fertilizer is imported. It is the fourth largest consumer of fertilizer in the world and accounts for 7% of the world’s total fertilizer production. The growth rate of consumption in this country is twice the average growth rate of global consumption. Although fertilizer consumption in the country is increasing every year, the country’s fertilizer production has declined. The country imported about 25 million tons of fertilizer in 2018. In Brazil, there is a mechanism for exchanging fertilizers and agricultural products between farmers and fertilizer distribution companies, which can be used by Iranian companies to export fertilizers to the country and buy agricultural products.
Brazil currently consumes 7% of the world’s fertilizers, making it the fourth largest consumer of fertilizers after China, India and the United States. While fertilizer consumption in the world is growing at an annual rate of 2%, Brazil’s fertilizer consumption is growing at 4% per year, and demand for these products is projected to grow at an average rate of twice the global growth rate by 2025.
Due to various factors such as market concentration, insufficient access to natural resources, as well as tax issues, th production in Brazil is low and more than 70% of the fertilizers used in this country are imported. According to the Brazilian Fertilizer Distribution Association (ADNA), fertilizer consumption in this country has increased by 39.8% from 24.61 million tons to 34.4 million tons in the past decade. Meanwhile, production of this product has decreased from 9.81 million tons to 8.18 million tons from 2007 to 2018.