The granulated urea can be easily spread across widths in excess of 30 metres. This nitrogen is first converted to ammoniacal nitrogen and/or nitrate nitrogen by enzymes and bacteria in the soil before the plant can absorb it. The speed of this
conversion depends on the soil temperature and the available moisture. Because of the risk of ammonia loss during this conversion, the use of urea requires
extra attention. Urea is mainly used in regions of Southern Europe, France and large parts of Germany in the cultivation of the most common agricultural crops.
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