MRPP to sell fertilizers at fairer prices for summer paddy

The fertilizer is priced at K71,000-75,000 per bag depending on the different brands (Kinzou urea and Susan brands).

Myanmar Paddy Producers Association will sell fertilizers at fairer prices for summer paddy cultivation.
The fertilizer is priced at K71,000-K75,000 per bag depending on the different brands (Kinzou urea and Susan brands).
The farmers who will cultivate summer paddy can purchase the fertilizer at fairer prices through the contact number of the association (09 775002589, 09 784238594 and 09 799293818).
The association introduced this scheme in late June 2022. Last monsoon season, the association connected the farmers with the seed producing companies and fertilizer-importing companies so that they can purchase fertilizers of good quality and high-yielding seeds at much fairer prices than the prevailing prices.
The urea fertilizer distribution leading committee distributed about 75,000 tonnes of urea fertilizer that were imported with the foreign currency sold by the Central Bank of Myanmar to 291 retail shops in 136 townships in 11 regions and states.
The prices vary depending on transport cost, with K86,000 per 50-kilogramme bag at Yangon’s warehouse, K87,800 in Bago Region, K88,600 in Pyay, K88,600 in Mandalay Region, K89,000 in Magway Region, K89,100 in Salin and Pwintbyu areas, K88,800 in Mawlamyine and Thaton areas, K89,500 in Monywa city, Sagaing Region, K89,800 in YeU and Shwebo areas, K88,000 in Thongwa, Yangon Region, K86,500 in Htantabin area, K92,600 in Sittway area and K99,400 in Maungtaw in Rakhine State, K88,800 in Hpa-an and K89,300 in Hlaingbwe in Kayin State, K88,200 in Pathein and K88,100 in Hinthada, Ayeyawady Region, K96,000 in Kengtung and K100,800 in Mongtong in eastern Shan State, K92,000 in Lashio and K90,100 in Kyaukme in northern Shan State, K89,500 in Taunggyi, K88,800 in Kalaw and K92,000 in Mongpan in southern Shan State.
The urea fertilizer distribution leading committee is a consortium with Myanmar Fertilizer, Seed and Pesticide Entrepreneurs Association and member companies affiliated with the association. That consortium, in cooperation with Myanmar Rice Federation, is planning to sell urea fertilizer that meets standards and norms to the farmers. — NN/EM

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
Domestic drug market normalizes as medicine imports resume
Myanmar’s fish export market faces challenges in Taninthayi Region as domestic demand slows
Myanmar hands over ASEAN Committee chairmanship to the Philippines
Myanmar, China eye promotion of multi-sectorial collaboration
DPM MoFA Union Minister leaves for 8th China-South Asia Expo, 28th China (Kunming) Export and Import Fair
Myanmar community in Chiang Mai city of Thailand offers Waso robes
Subversive media spread fake news messing up between public and security forces
Misinformation: Security forces arrest and kill six people from Tumaya Village
Kayin State expands coffee production with new saplings
Confiscation of illegal items: consumer goods, foods, motorcycles and vehicles