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    Fertilizer Testing

    Fertilizer testing is the evaluation of the macronutrients and Micronutrients presents in the fertilizer. Fertilisers contains 5% of the major nutrients for example, nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K). Generally, this ratio of the nutrients commonly known as N-P-K. The accurate ratio of using N-P-K is 100-50-100 and after divide with 5, the ratio of proper fertilization production is 20-10-20.

    The analysis method of Fertiliser testing details about the primary nutrients (Macronutrients & Micronutrients), agents which are harmful to Human and Animals. Fertilizer testing is very much important because it can help in identifying the core nutrient component of the fertilizer and the quality of the fertilizers. Generally, two major catalysts like Ammonia Synthesis Catalyst and CO Shift Catalyst have been used by the fertilizer manufacturing companies in order to conduct the Fertilizer Production.

    Generally, Inorganic and Organic Fertilizers are the two major types of Fertilizers which has been manufactured in high scale. Organic Fertilizer is environment-friendly as it does not contain any harmful effects or agents. Organic Fertilizer industry has been growing in a rapid manner as it helps in conserving biodiversity and contributes lesser environmental effects. There are several protocols for checking the quality of the organic fertilizers.

    EFRAC is NABL Accredited Research and Analysis Centre is offering Fertilizer Testing for the Clients and Regulatory Authorities. EFRAC has Scientifically Advanced Research Equipment’s for catering various testing and analysis for the Clients with Accurate Results and Precision.


    • SAR (Sodium Absorption Ratio)
    • EC (Electric Conductivity)
    • PAH
    • Saturation Percentage of Soil
    • pH


    • HPLC • AAS • Particle Size Analyser • Spectrophotometer • Total Carbon Analyser (TOC) Analyser • ICP MS (Inductive Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry) • GC-MS MS


    • IS (Indian Standards) • FCO 1985 (Fertilizer Control Order) • ICT