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Decreasing loss when using urea

Selecting the right nitrogen source when fertilizing pastures and hayfields has always been important in nitrogen use efficiency. For many years we have had the option of using either urea or ammonium nitrate as the nitrogen source in our fertilizers. A basic recommendation was to use urea in spring, but use ammonium nitrate in summer and early fall. Urea was usually cheaper, but more prone to nitrogen loss due to volatilization, which occurs in hot weather with limited rainfall.


Senator pushes back on harmful OSHA guidance impacting retailers

Last Wedneday at a Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs and Federal Management hearing entitled, “Examining the Use of Agency Regulatory Guidance,” U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) expressed concerns raised by Iowans over the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) recently issued guidance that negatively impacts anhydrous ammonia retailers.


The world’s nitrogen fixation, explained

Yale University scientists may have cracked a part of the chemical code for one of the most basic, yet mysterious, processes in the natural world — nature’s ability to transform nitrogen from the air into usable nitrogen compounds.


Bion files patent on process to recover nitrogen fertilizer from waste

Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc., a provider of advanced livestock waste treatment technology, announced that it has filed a new patent application for a process that recovers a nitrogen-rich, natural, non-synthetic fertilizer product from a livestock waste stream.


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