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- 3-Year Data on the Rate of Nitrogen that Maximizes Profitability
- "Why would anhydrous ammonia pre-plant, subjected to all of the abundant and heavy rainfall events, be able to produce such high yields on a year like this? ... Natural soil conditions that inhibit nitrification of ammonium (cold, wetness, strong acidity).
- Let's have less hot air, more clean air
- Air pollution respects no political boundaries, so power plants in the Midwest send their nitrogen oxides (NOx) eastward, where they contribute to the formation of ozone and acid rain. ...
- The troubled tea industry
- Thus, a change from 7 to 4 means a 1000- fold increase in acidity. The process of pH reduction was greatly hastened by addition of fertilizers - mainly sulphate of ammonia to satisfy the voracious appetite of the new tea crop for nitrogen.
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