Source: Georgia-Pacific Plant Nutrition and Agrotain news releases

Growers who apply Nitamin 30L or Nitamin Nfusion Controlled-Release nitrogen from Georgia-Pacific could qualify for a $12- to $22-per-acre incentive from the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), a new federal conservation program offered through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The deadline for the first round of applications is Sept. 30.

Agrotain urease inhibitors qualify for payments as part of the approved plan for nitrogen management, too.

NRCS recently released details of the revamped CSP, which provides financial incentives to landowners for conserving and enhancing the quality of air, water and other resources. Growers who use a controlled-release fertilizer may qualify for the financial incentives because they improve water quality by limiting the loss of nitrogen through leaching and denitrification.

Read the Georgia Pacific news release.

Read the Agrotain press release.