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Baghdad Today - Baghdad
The General Company for Mining Industries in the Ministry of Industry and Minerals revealed today, Monday (October 2, 2023), the provision of fertilizer that increases crop productivity by 40% per dunum of agricultural land.
A statement from the ministry received by “Baghdad Today” quoted the company’s general manager, Haider Jabbar Sajet, as emphasizing “the importance of using these fertilizers to feed all crops, including wheat, barley, corn, and various other agricultural crops, to increase yields and agricultural production by (30% to 40%) at the rate of using a kilogram of Solid fertilizer per acre or a liter of liquid fertilizer per acre.
Sajet stated, “These fertilizers nourish the soil with the elements it lacks, which achieves very high economic feasibility for the farmer and thus achieves food security for the country.”
He pointed out, “The fertilizer factory contains a production line and modern machines from reliable facilities and experienced and specialized staff in producing solid and liquid fertilizers with a capacity of 10,000 tons annually, with the combination and specifications required by the Ministry of Agriculture, at very reasonable and competitive prices.”
The Director General also confirmed that “the fertilizers produced have proven their success and feasibility through field experiments conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture in various governorates and according to inspection certificates issued by them, pointing to the need to raise awareness and inform the farmer of the benefit and importance of using these fertilizers during the agricultural season to increase crop production,” calling at the same time to the Ministry of Agriculture. To "cooperate with the company to distribute and market these fertilizers to farmers, in addition to providing the possibility of export."
Source: Baghdad Today