Acron Group, a leading mineral fertiliser producer in Russia and globally, is presenting the full range of products manufactured by Acron (Veliky Novgorod) and Dorogobuzh (Dorogobuzh, Smolensk region) at the Golden Autumn Russian agro-industry trade show.
The Group’s fertiliser brands include multipurpose fertilisers that can be applied to all soil types in all climatic zones of Russia. All of Acron Group’s fertilisers are made of environmentally friendly raw materials. The Group’s consultants offer fertilisers suitable for a variety of crops.
Attendees are particularly interested in a wide range of NPK fertilisers. Each granule of Acron’s NPK (Azophoska) contains nitrogen, phosphate and potash, as well as additional nutrients, such as sulphur, magnesium and calcium. Two available forms of nitrogen – ammonium and nitrate – ensure continuous nitrogen nutrition of plants throughout the vegetation period. NPK fertilisers provide the optimal ratio of soil nutrients required by plants. Acron offers balanced NPK formulas suitable for most cereals, formulas with high nitrogen content for forage crops, formulas containing additional nutrients for fruit, oil and vegetable crops, and formulas with high potash content for sugar beet, sugar cane, potato, sweet potato and buckwheat. Acron’s complex mineral fertilisers help Russian farmers keep crops healthy, produce excellent yields and optimise costs.
Urea-ammonium nitrate, or UAN, a high-performance liquid nitrogen fertiliser, is another Acron blockbuster product. This unique fertiliser contains nitrogen in three forms: nitrate (N3), ammonium (NH4) and amide (NH2). This makes UAN suitable for root and foliar application for all crops, including those grown in dry soils.
Nitrogen and complex fertilisers are in great demand among Russian agricultural producers. Acron Group shipped over 630,000 tonnes of mineral fertilisers to the domestic market over the first nine months of 2018, up 15% year on year, while sales of Acron’s high-performance complex fertilisers increased 40% over the same period.