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It is used to some extent as a foliar spray on horticultural crops or applied in mixture with certain insecticides and fungicides. Urea is also applied in irrigation water, and prilled urea is well adapted to aerial application. Japan, the Republic of Korea, and India use it mostly in solid form, largely as a rice fertilizer; however, its use on other crops is increasing. Sudan uses it as a cotton fertilizer. 4. Calcium Cyanamide The manufacture of calcium cyanamide, CaCN2, is described in Section 111, A.
The liquids cost less per pound of N, and many have higher nitrogen contents. They can be metered accurately into the soil, are easy to incorporate in irrigation water, and are handled mechanically, which reduces labor requirements. Compared with anhydrous ammonia, nitrogen solutions are safer to handle and the application equipment is simpler and less costly. Nitrogen solutions are used in all parts of the United States, but the greatest use is in the West North Central, the East North Central, and the South Atlantic regions.
All indications are that production in the West will increase rapidly in the future. Morocco, second to the United States in production, is the worlds largest phosphate rock exporter (British Sulphur Corporation, 1964). Its exports amount to 40 per cent of the world's total, much of which is shipped to Europe. 5 million short tons of about a 14 per cent P (32 per cent PZO5)product. 6 per cent P (37 to 38 per cent Pz05). The phosphate occurs as an oolitic sand in a matrix of phosphatic limestone.
Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 17 by A.G. Norman (Ed.)