Orangnic fertilizer

Organic fertiliser is derived from biological materials from aquatic animal, terrestrial animal, avian, or microbial origin.

It includes (but is not limited to):

  • soil conditioners
  • potting mixes
  • blood and bone meal
  • fish, prawn, crustacean, shrimp and squid meals
  • seaweed and kelp
  • non-mineralised humic-based fertiliser
  • guano-based fertiliser
  • neem cake
  • compost
  • worm castings.
  • n order to support growth in agricultural production, there has been an increasing use of fertilisers in Vietnam. According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam spent US$ 964 million importing over 3.6 million tonnes of fertilizers between January and September 2017, posting respective year-on-year increases of 21 per cent and 17.8 per cent. The fertilizers, mostly urea, Ammonium Sulfate, Potassium, Diammonium Phosphate and Nitrogen-Phosphorous-Potassium fertilizers, were imported mainly from China, Russia, Indonesia, Canada and Japan.
  • Vietnam imports almost 50 to 60 per cent of its fertilisers, making it one of the largest importers in the world. (Source: VietinBankSc, Industry Report: Fertilizers manufacturing in Vietnam ).