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Caspian Fertilizer Factory in Golestan

 

Golestan Caspian Fertilizer Factory with registration number 402583 and operating license number 202597 started its activity in 1391 and is the largest organic fertilizer industrial production unit in the Middle East with a capacity of 65000 tons in Gonbadkavos city located in Golestan province. In this regard, he was able to obtain all the necessary legal permits from the relevant organizations and bodies.

This production unit plays a very important role in the agricultural industry in addition to the quality of the fertilizer produced according to the current standards (European Union) in terms of national production and cost price.

Expanding the use of organic fertilizers and feeding plants to maintain the survival of ecology, as well as promoting domestic markets and attracting foreign markets to provide quality products is one of the most important tasks of this production complex.

The reason for the superiority of Caspian humic acid products of Golestan fertilizer is the non-use of other miscellaneous materials as well as the non-use of low-quality Leonardite. Also, these fertilizers are based on research and cooperation with other countries that have been active in the field of humic acid production under the supervision of a production team that is completely specialized and has made it superior to the farmers.

The reason for the superiority of Caspian fertilizer?

What is the competitive advantage of Caspian Kod?

The competitive advantage of the humic acid fertilizers of Caspian Fertilizer Company is due to the fact that this factory is a leader in innovation and production of very high-quality products, due to the severe lack of organic matter in the agricultural soils of the country, has been able to improve the soil structure, develop roots and increase absorption capacity. Nutritional elements and other advantages are as follows:

1- Increasing the cation exchange capacity in the soil

2- Increasing the activities of bacteria and microorganisms in the root area

3- Root development and increased absorption of nutrients by the plant

4- Reducing soil density and increasing aeration in the plant root area

5- Stimulating root growth and preventing stabilization of other nutrients in the soil

6- Ease of use in mechanized and conventional irrigation systems

7- Reducing irrigation periods and saving water consumption

8- Reducing the consumption of other chemical fertilizers