1. If urea is not stored properly, it will easily absorb moisture and agglomerate, affecting the original quality of urea, and bring certain economic losses to farmers. This requires the majority of farmers to properly store urea, and must keep the urea packaging bag intact before use. It should be handled gently during transportation, protected from rain, and stored in a dry, well-ventilated place with a temperature below 20 °C.
2. If it is stored in large quantities, it should be padded with wooden squares for about 20 cm. The upper part and the roof should have a clearance of more than 50 cm to facilitate ventilation and dispersal. An aisle should be left between the raft and the raft to facilitate inspection. And ventilation, if the urea has been opened, if you have not used up, be sure to seal the mouth in time to facilitate the next year.
3. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.