A fertilizer containing more nitrogen among chemical fertilizers. When Ure is provided sufficiently it contributes on root and body growth as well as affecting the inflorescences. It promotes the formation of green parts and ensures the plant benefits from the sun. This way, a productivity increase happens in the plant. When Ure is provided insufficiently, plant growth slows down and grain and fruit productivity declines. Ure should not be applied close to seed and roots. It can be applied together with sowing in fall and as top fertilizer in spring. When used as top fertilizer, it must be ensured to penetrate under the soil as the urea on top of the soil will have a loss of nitrogen.