With the state of art processing plant IPL has the capacity to procure and process around 7 lakhs litres of milk per day with few dairy products.
Triple Super Phosphate
IPL granulated Triple Super Phosphate contains 46 percent total phosphorous. It is a cheaper source of phosphorous as straight fertilizer. It comes in the form of grey colour granules and its appearance is similar to DAP and Granulated SSP.
IPL TSP is suitable for all types of soil and crop. It is easy to drill and best suited for bulk blending.
Mono Ammonium Phosphate (MAP) contains 11% N and 52% P2O5. MAP comes in the form grey colour granules and is readily soluble in water having both (N & P) nutrients in plant available form.
the cheapest source of P2O5
100 per cent soluble
P2O5 through MAP is easily available to plants.
Is also very suitable for bulk blending.
Per unit value of P2O5 through MAP is cheaper than all other phosphatic fertilisers.
NPK 16;16;16 has been recently introduced in the country. IPL NPK 16:16:16 comes in form of light brown colour granules and free flowing. IPL NPK 16:16:16 contains 75% of total phosphorous as water soluble (12% out of total 16% if P2O5) which is easily and quickly available to the plants.
Sulphate of Potash
Sulphate of Potash – The product of nature
In SOP the two essential nutrients form a highly concentrated two-nutrient fertiliser, containing 50% K2O and 18% S
SOP is readily soluble in water and thus the nutrients K and S are immediately available to plants in the soil.
Potassium can be absorbed by soil colloids in the exchangeable form and thus stored.
Compared to other mineral fertiliser salts, SOP is the fertiliser with the lowest salt index when dissolved in water.
On soils prone to salinity, the use of SOP is the preferred potash fertiliser source.