Nitrogen is considered a very crucial element for plant growth. But, due to the various nitrogen losses, the nitrogen use efficiency is very low and it often leads to various environmental pollutions. Sulphur is another important secondary macronutrient for plants. Sulphur deficiency in Indian soil is increasing every passing year. Urea gold is a slow-release sulphur-coated urea fertilizer which is recently launched to solve the problems associated with sulphur deficiencies in Indian soil. It contains 37% nitrogen and 17% sulphur. The nutrient-coated layer hydrolyses slowly which releases the nutrients slowly and thus enhances the nutrient uptake and reduce various nutrient loss from the soil. It saves labour cost and promotes environmental sustainability.