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Understanding Urease Inhibitors

Urea is the most widely used form of N fertilizer, and can be formulated as dry granules or as a fluid, ammonium nitrate (UAN). Urea is also present in animal manures. All these forms of urea have the disadvantage of undergoing considerable losses as ammonia gas if not incorporated into soil soon after application. Factors […]

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Big Corn Concepts- Urease Inhibitors

Urea is the most widely used form of N fertilizer, and can be formulated as dry granules or as a fluid, ammonium nitrate (UAN). Urea is also present in animal manures. All these forms of urea have the disadvantage of undergoing considerable losses as ammonia gas if not incorporated into soil soon after application. Factors […]

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Protect your nitrogen investment!

In a market with tighter commodity prices, managing your fertility dollar is a top priority for us at Novus Ag. To put out a corn crop a grower will spend on average $75-100 per acre on nitrogen. That is a large investment! Depending on the year, you can lose up to 50% of your nitrogen […]

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