Saving Plans & Examples

Amount of Urea Imported: 1,000,000 MT
Amount of NPK Imported: 1,000,000 MT
Price of Urea: US$250 MT
Price of NPK: US$450 MT
Cost of Imported Urea: US$250,000,000
Price of Imported NPK: US$450,000,000
Total Cost: US$700,000,000
Amount of Urea Used: 500,000 MT
Amount of NPK Used: 500,000 MT
Amount Saved: 1,000,000 MT
Cost of Urea Used: US$125,000,000
Cost of NPK Used: US$225,000,000
Total Cost: US$350,000,000
Savings = 50%: US$350,000,000

Mix 1 litre of Bio-Fert with 3 x 50 kgs of Urea Or: Mix 1 litre of Bio-Fert with 150 kgs of Urea. Mix 7 litres with 1 MT of Urea and you can use the 1 MT over twice the area. Or: Mix 3.5 litres with 0.5 MT. The yield will still increase.

Total Needed:
500,000 MT of Urea + 500,000 MT of NPK
3,500,000 litres of Bio-Fert x 2 = 7,000,000 litres

Cost of the 7,000,000 litres of Bio-Fert @ US$14 per litre = US$98,000,000

Amount of Urea Used: 500,000 MT
Amount of NPK Used: 500,000 MT
Cost of Urea Used: US$125,000,000
Cost of NPK Used: US$225,000,000
Total Cost: US$350,000.000

Savings With a 10% Higher Yield

The yield will increase about 10% with savings of US$350,000,000 – US$98,000,000 = US$252,000,000

For a 30% Higher Yield

500,000 MT of Urea saved
500,000 MT of NPK saved
Total = 1,000,000 MT of chemical fertilizer
= US$350,000,000 saved

Additional Cost: for a higher yield of about 30%

7,000,000 litres of Bio-Fert @ US$98 million
7,000,000 litres of Pro-Fert @ US$98 million
= US$196,000,000 extra cost

Savings With a 30% Higher yield

Urea/NPK/etc. Savings: US$350,000,000
Bio-fertilizer Used: US$196,000,000
Total Savings: US$154,000,000

The yield will increase about 30% with savings of US$154,000,000.

Three-Year Plan With Bio-chemical Farming

Chemical fertilizer could be reduced 50% in Year 1, 25% more in Year 2, and the other 25% in Year 3 – total US$700,000,000.

Year 1: 50% – Savings US$ 350,000,000
Year 2: 25% – Savings US$ 175,000,000
Year 3: 25% – Savings US$ 175,000,000
= Total Savings: US$ 700,000,000

Five-Year Plan With 100% Organic Farming

Chemical fertilizer could be reduced by 20% each year over 5 years – total US$700,000,000.

Year 1: 20% – Savings US$ 140,000,000
Year 2: 40% – Savings US$ 280,000,000
Year 3: 60% – Savings US$ 420,000,000
Year 4: 80% – Savings US$ 560,000,000
Year 5: 100% – Savings US$ 700,000,000