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A first: After the success of nano urea, nano-DAP soon for farmers

Fertiliser major IFFCO has been asked to do the groundwork on this

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fertilisers | Urea | IFFCO

Sanjeeb Mukherjee  |  New Delhi 



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In FY23, the Centre had budgeted for a fertiliser subsidy of around Rs 1.05 trillion, of which almost 40 per cent is for non-urea fertilisers.

The government, after the success of nano urea, is working on introducing nano di-ammonia phosphate (nano DAP), which could be a game changer because of its higher effectiveness at a lower cost.

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First Published: Mon, June 06 2022. 06:04 IST

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