Mar 17, 2020
Kalyn Naatz, Precision Agronomy Specialist
- Nitrogen exists in the soil in many forms and can change from one compound to another very quickly. As a result of this nitrogen loss can be caused by various factors.
- Nitrogen loss in the soil typically results from leaching, denitrification, volatilization, erosion or run off as well as crop removal.
- Greater losses can occur when soils enter the spring season with recharged subsoil moisture, when more N is in the nitrate form, and when soils are warming.
- Some benefits of Nitrogen Stabilizers are increased yields and decreased greenhouse gas emissions and decreased nitrogen leaching by 16%. The use of nitrogen stabilizers can minimize the risk of losing essential N from the soil.
- Identify your key methods of potential loss and select the right product to protect your nitrogen investment.
- Nitrogen Stabilizers are a decision growers trust to protect their nitrogen investment — optimizing their yield potential and minimizing environmental impact.
Central Advantage - 2019 N Stablizer Query
- 51% LESS GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS*
- 16% LESS LEACHING N*
- 6 TO 8 MORE WEEKS IN THE SOIL
- 28% GREATER SOIL RETENTION
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During the Closing General Session on March 23, NGFA Chairman Greg Beck presented the NGFA Distinguished Service Award to Dennis Inman, the vice president of grain at Central Farm Service.
Jim Jung, CFS Energy Operations Manager, was awarded the G.F. Bursinger Award, the Minnesota Propane Association's highest award for leadership and service to the propane industry and the propane association.
“Another great mentor has been Dennis Inman, vice president of Grain at CFS and former location manager for Cargill in Pipestone, MN in the early ‘90s. I worked for Dennis early in my career, and he was a great communicator.