Ammonium Chloride Fertilizer - Benefits, Uses, and Application

Ammonium Chloride Fertilizer - Benefits, Uses, and Application

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Improve crop yields by up to 40% with Ammonium Chloride Fertilizer. Our medium-strength nitrogen fertilizer is an effective source of both nitrogen and chlorine for crops such as coconut, oil palm, and kiwifruit. It prevents pathogens and infections⭐Shop wholesale Ammonium Chloride at Aseschem ⭐ Fast worldwide delivery!

Ammonium chloride

Ammonium chloride is a compound that combines two essential ingredients for plant growth: nitrogen and chlorine. In comparison to other ammonium-based products, it is a medium-strength nitrogen fertiliser. The nitrogen content is 25%, compared to 33% for ammonium nitrate and 21% for ammonium phosphate.


Molecular Formulae- NH4Cl

Alternative Names- Sal ammoniac


BENEFITS AND USES-

  • Crop yields improved by up to 40% when ammonium chloride was applied to crops that did not have chloride.
  • It aids in the prevention of pathogens and infections in a variety of crops.
  • For Cl-responsive crops such as coconut, oil palm, and kiwifruit, ammonium chloride is an effective source of both N and Cl.
  • For salty and alkaline soils, ammonium chloride fertiliser is recommended.
  • It is also an excellent nitrogenous fertiliser for use in low-lying locations where farmers grow rice and other crops.
  • Because ammonium chloride is less hygroscopic than other fertilisers, it has a relatively prolonged storage life.

HOW IT WORKS-

  • It works as an important nitrogen source in fertilizers.
  • Nitrogen is important for crops as it is a major component that makes up chlorophyll.  

TIME OF APPLICATION-

  • Use our ammonium chloride at the start of the growing season for the best results.

RECOMMENDED USAGE- 

  • It is recommended that 2.5 to 5 kg of our ammonium chloride should be used per cubic yard. 

Ammonium chloride Ammonium chloride is a compound that combines two essential ingredients for plant growth: nitrogen and chlorine. In comparison to other ammonium-based products, it is a medium-strength nitrogen fertiliser. The nitrogen content is 25%, compared to 33% for ammonium nitrate and 21% for ammonium phosphate. Molecular Formulae- NH4Cl Alternative Names- Sal ammoniac BENEFITS AND USES- Crop yields improved by up to 40% when ammonium chloride was applied to crops that did not have chloride. It aids in the prevention of pathogens and infections in a variety of crops. For Cl-responsive crops such as coconut, oil palm, and kiwifruit, ammonium chloride is an effective source of both N and Cl. For salty and alkaline soils, ammonium chloride fertiliser is recommended. It is also an excellent nitrogenous fertiliser for use in low-lying locations where farmers grow rice and other crops. Because ammonium chloride is less hygroscopic than other fertilisers, it has a relatively prolonged storage life. HOW IT WORKS- It works as an important nitrogen source in fertilizers. Nitrogen is important for crops as it is a major component that makes up chlorophyll.   TIME OF APPLICATION- Use our ammonium chloride at the start of the growing season for the best results. RECOMMENDED USAGE-  It is recommended that 2.5 to 5 kg of our ammonium chloride should be used per cubic yard. 

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