Neem coated urea plant opens at Kandla in GujaratSeptember 27, 2015
Connect between decisions taken by government in Delhi and their implementation on the ground miles away seems solid and speedy.
The central government took decision to give a big push to neem coated urea in recent past. As a result of it, a neem oil coating plant has started functioning in Kandla-Gandhidham.
The plant was inaugurated yesterday at Kandla port godown number 34 by Kandla Port Trust(KPT) Chairman Ravi Parmar. The plant has been set up jointly by KPT and Rishi Shipping.
KPT has become first port to set up such plant in record time. This will boost import of fertilizers at KPT. In present fiscal year it is expected to touch 100 MMT according to Parmar.
It should be noted here that central government has made neam coating of imported urea compulsory.
Speaking on this occasion Niraj Sharma of Rishi Shipping said India is neem-rich nation, and new initiative will provide huge employment to neem fruit collectors.
Neem coated urea will prevent subsidized urea’s illegal diversion to industrial sector. According to IFCO senior manager SR Kushwah it will prevent urea from humidity effect. It will also increase productivity of crops.
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