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India emerges as global power in nano agri inputs

Field efficacy studies have underscored the safety and positive impact of Ray Nano Science & Research Centre’s Nano Urea, positioning it as a non-toxic and environmentally friendly alternative

In a momentous achievement for the agricultural sector, India has firmly established itself as a global leader in Nano Agri Inputs, encompassing Nano fertilisers and Nano micro-nutrients, heralding a transformative era in sustainable farming practices. The notable progress in nanotechnology-driven agricultural solutions has catapulted India to the forefront of innovation, providing groundbreaking solutions that reduce dependence on conventional bulk fertilisers like Urea, promoting self-reliance, and mitigating environmental impact without compromising crop yield, thereby ensuring food security. Additionally, these advancements significantly alleviate the government’s expenditure on subsidies.

Beyond established fertiliser companies, pivotal contributors to India’s ascendancy in this domain include innovative start-ups such as Ray Nano Science & Research Centre, focusing primarily on Nano technology-driven research. Actively engaged in developing avant-garde products leveraging nanotechnology for agricultural benefits, they have played a key role in shaping India’s leadership.

With a commitment to innovation and technological progress, the organisation has successfully introduced Nano Urea, utilising its patented Green Technology, and initiated operations at its fully automated nano urea plant in Mogar, Gujarat, a mere five months after receiving Fertiliser Control Order permission.

Field efficacy studies have underscored the safety and positive impact of Ray Nano Science & Research Centre’s Nano Urea, positioning it as a non-toxic and environmentally friendly alternative. This product not only enhances crop productivity but also ensures the well-being of users and the surrounding environment.

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