Urea is a concentrated granulated fertilizer that provides nitrogen (N)
in amide form to crops such as corn, beans, wheat, rice, cotton,
sugarcane, coffee, potato, citrus, tomato, grape, apple, mango,
carrots, vegetables and pasture.

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Urea fertilizer is one of the most consumed nitrogen fertilizers in the world. Its composition has 46% nitrogen in the amide form. Excellent for fertilization of different crops.

Excellent for application in corn, beans, wheat and oat crops.

Available in two versions, granulated and prill.

When to use urea in plants? It is recommended to always apply urea before the rain or before planning irrigation.

Type of use

Urea supplies the nitrogen needs of crops.

Usage recommendations

The ideal condition for urea application would be with good forecast of rain in the next hours or buried.

Apply urea fertilizer in top dressing or planting furrow.


  • Product with a high concentration of nitrogen, used in its pure form
  • Agricultural urea helps growers to increase soil fertility
  • Urea is a fertilizer that has a positive effect on crop development

Product appearance

White colored granules.


  • Corn
  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Cotton
  • Sugar cane
  • Bean
  • Pasture
  • Coffee
  • Potato
  • Citrus
  • Tomato
  • Grape
  • Mango
  • Apple
  • Carrot
  • Horticulture

Types of packaging

Bags of 50 Kg or Big Bag

Bags of 50 Kg
Big Bag 1t.

Good habits

Storage recommendations

The ideal storage conditions should be highlighted:

  • Closed place to protect the product from bad weather (soil, rain and fog) and especially direct sunlight.
  • Environment protected from moisture, which can cause agglomerations and dust, impairing spreading capabilities.

How to transport the goods

The forklift must be suitable for the load to be moved. When moving Big Bags suspended by the forklift forks, there is a danger of the forklift becoming unstable. The container should be placed close to the forklift tower and as low as possible, with the tower tilted back slightly.

Make sure the Big Bag body is not damaged by the forklift wheels. The load must not restrict the operator’s view. Big Bags must not be dragged. The forklift must come to a complete stop before the Big Bag is raised or lowered.

Health and safety

Hazards identification

  • It is essential that people directly involved in handling products, big bags or sacks use the respective personal protective equipment (PPE) appropriate to the activity and product to be handled.
  • Unsuitable for human and animal consumption.
  • Avoid inhalation and contact with eyes and skin.
  • Keep out of the reach of children and animals.

Main risks

Stacking a maximum of 3 big bags in height, always respect the height limit of the stacks. If the piles are above the ideal limit, they run the risk of becoming unstable and collapsing, which can cause accidents, in addition to impairing the quality of the fertilizer.

Urea sacks must be on a well-drained surface, with a firm base, if possible on pallets and with a distance of 1 meter from the walls of the shed. The use of a mechanical arm coupled to tractors or motorized forklifts is recommended as preferred for unloading packages and forming loads, both for big bags and for pallets with sacks.

The pile must not tilt. If this happens, immediate storage is necessary, preferably mechanically, with the utmost attention to the possibility of the packaging(s) collapsing and the risk of accidents.

The pile must be protected with canvas, fixing it well around the packaging.

In the event of an accident with the product

Seek medical attention in case of ingestion or any adverse reaction.

Product validity

Indicated on the label next to the guarantees, provided that the indicated storage conditions are observed.

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