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Urea application - making a deeper impact

In the last three years, over 2 million Bangladeshi rice farmers have abandoned broadcasting of fertiliser in favour of urea deep placement (UDP), a technique that has increased their yields while reducing their fertiliser costs.
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Abdul - This project was implemented by the Bangladesh Department of Agricultural Extension, with assistance from international fertiliser organisation, IFDC (http://www.ifdc.org/). They should be able to assist you.
posted by: New Agriculturist (09:35:15 Mon 10th September 2012)

i also used the usg-udp technology in my rice field in kebbi state nigeria and result is very good. nobody in our area get rice more than me in an ha. i need the address of the usg machines to buy one or two from the manufacturers in bangaladesh
posted by: bellomuhammed jega (17:05:43 Sun 9th September 2012)

In Bangladesh use of USG is increasing. But due to lack of USG placement machine, it's use are not getting popular to the farmer. To solve this problems, I have developed a USG applicator machine.
posted by: Dr Md Abdul Wohab (02:31:27 Sat 5th March 2011)



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