Study on INORGANIC FERTILIZER PROSPECT In Indonesia
The comprehensive study titled “Study on ANORGANIC FERTILIZER PROSPECT in Indonesia, 2014”. Thanks to our loyal client and we realized that as an agrarian state, Indonesia requires agricultural inputs (saprotan) included a huge inorganic fertilizer. Even there has been already available environmentally friendly organic fertilizer, nevertheless the inorganic fertilizer has continued to increase. The phenomenon has been caused by the effectiveness and the availability of the inorganic fertilizer is bigger than organic fertilizer.
The comprehensive study is unveiled that during the past six years (2009-2014*), the faster production rate of inorganic fertilizer was NPK namely increased average 14.45% per annum, followed by ZA at 1.9% per annum. In the other hand, other type of fertilizer such as Phosphate declined to 4.3% per annum and Urea to 0.5% per annum consecutively.
Additional, the type of fertilizer that has a fastest consumption rate by 10 plantation surveyed like NPK fertilizer increased average 16.4% per annum, followed by ZA at 3.15% and Potassium at 2.16%. Whereas the other type of fertilizer such as Urea fertilizer decreased to 3.7% and Phosphate to 1.8% per annum respectively.
Based on the consumption projection by 10 plantation surveyed and other sectors in 2015-2020, thus the inorganic fertilizer consumption in Indonesia up to 2020 will grow to 5.2% per annum averagely, which fertilizer consumption in 2015 will reach 17.8 million tons, then will increase to 22.9% million tons in 2020.
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