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Nitrogen Loss Deep Dives: Nitrification Inhibitors
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Because variables such as weather and soil type can all contribute to the loss of nitrogen, the process of keeping it available to nourish crops becomes complicated quickly.
Deep Dive Video on Nitrification Inhibitor
Understanding Nitrification Inhibitors

Nitrification inhibitors slow the conversion of ammonium to nitrate. By slowing the nitrification process, more nitrogen is kept in a stable form for longer, making it more readily available for when plants need it. Nitrification inhibitors — like CENTURO ® nitrogen stabilizer or SUPERU ® premium fertilizer — minimize below-ground losses from denitrification and nitrate leaching. 

Nitrogen is a crucial component of every operation, and efficiency in agriculture is critical. With knowledge and the right tools, it’s possible to keep your nitrogen where it’s needed most. Tap into the power of nitrification inhibitors and you’ll be using products scientifically proven to minimize nitrogen losses due to nitrate leaching and denitrification. 


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