شركة البتراء للصناعات الزراعية

PETRA AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES CO.

 

أسمدة بترا فرت

PETRA FERT 

شركة صناعية متخصصة في صناعة الأسمدة الكيماوية تأسست عام 1995

بطاقة إنتاجية 10000 طن سنوياً وقابلة للزيادة.

تنتج الأسمدة بأشكالها المختلفة المحببة، البودرة الذائبة، المعلقة ، السائلة، بالإضافة إلى خط إنتاج كيماوي لإنتاج السماد الوسيط (يوريا فوسفيت) أحد مدخلات صناعة الأسمدة الكيماوية.

 

أسمدة زراعية بكافة أنواعها وأشكالها المركبة اللازمةالتي تلبي احتياجات النبات من العناصر اللازمة لجميع مراحل النبات

Chemical fertilizer (Compound) which conform with all plant needs in all stages

 

Industrial Company specialized in producing all kinds of chemical fertilizer established in the year 1995 with a registered capital of 1 000 000 US$ and a capability of producing 10 000 ton of fertilizers / year.

Our fertilizers could be produced in its different forms; powder, granules, suspension and liquid.

In addition to a separate line for producing the intermediate fertilizers; (urea phosphate).

The total turnover: is about 2-3 million.
Man power:  30 and increasing.
The main markets:Saudi Arabia, UAE, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq and Egypt.

 

Agriculture in Jordan

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Geographic Regions:

Jordan covers an area of about 90,000 square kilometers including the Dead Sea. It is divided into three main geographic and climatic zones: the Jordan Valley; the Highlands and the Eastern Desert

The Jordan Valley forms part of the Great Rift Valley of Africa and is the most fertile region of Jordan. It extends from the northern border down to the Dead Sea with altitudes ranging between 220m below sea level in the north and 407m below sea level at the Dead Sea.

The Jordan Valley, being several degrees warmer in the winter than the rest of Jordan, allows for year-round agricultural production. Fertile soils, higher winter rainfalls and extensive irrigation during summer have made the Jordan Valley the "food bowl" of this country.

The Highlands extend from north to south throughout the western part of Jordan and thus separate the Jordan Valley from the eastern desert. Elevation in the highlands varies from 600m to about 1,500m above sea level. The highlands get the highest rainfall in Jordan, and therefore have the most vegetation in the country. They also host almost 90% of Jordan's population.

 

The Eastern Desert comprises of around 88% of Jordan's total area, with elevations varying between 600m and 900m above sea level. Temperatures vary highly between night and day and between summer and winter. Rainfall is extremely low throughout the year, averaging less than 50 millimeters.

Dry Climate:

Jordan is among the poorest countries in the world in terms of water resources. The climate is generally arid, with more than 90% of the total area receiving less than 200 millimeters rainfall per year and more than 70% of the country getting less than 100 millimeters of precipitation a year. Only around 2% of the land located in the north-western highlands has an annual precipitation exceeding 300 millimeters, although the northern highlands may receive as much as 600 millimeters.

About 5.5% of Jordan's area is considered dry land with annual rainfall ranging from 200 to 300 millimeters. The pattern of rainfall is characterized by an uneven distribution over the various regions and strong fluctuations from year to year.

 

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