Novurea is a granular fertilizer containing 46% stabilized nitrogen (N). The Novurea-S variant contains 38% nitrogen as well as 18% sulphur (SO3). The green granules are treated with a urease inhibitor, keeping unwanted nitrogen loss to a minimum. In addition, urea is converted into ammonium (NH4) and nitrate (NO3) gradually, making it better suited to the needs of pasture land. This significantly reduces the risk of unwanted nitrate leaching or nitrate accumulation in the crop. The result? More textured grass full of protein, thanks to more efficient use of nitrogen.
It is important to spread Novurea well to ensure the quality and yield of the crop. Spreading stripes indicate that parts of the plot have received too much or too little fertilizer. This can result in crop damage, loss of yield or lodging. The optimum spreading setup is therefore important. On our Services page you will find an overview of the spreading charts of the leading fertilizer spreaders.