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Nitrogen Loss Deep Dives: Urease Inhibitors
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Nitrogen volatilization can occur in all weather conditions, including both warm and cold temperatures. But no matter how or when fertilizer is applied, without a stabilizer, it’s vulnerable to loss.
Deep Dive Video on Urease Inhibitors
Understanding Urease Inhibitors

Urease inhibitors are designed to minimize volatilization loss from applied nitrogen sources, like UAN or urea, that are applied to the soil surface or close to the soil surface. If applied nitrogen is lying on the soil surface or unincorporated, the urease enzyme breaks the urea molecule into ammonia gas, which is a process called urea hydrolysis. ANVOL® urease inhibitor or SUPERU® premium fertilizer offer above-ground protection from volatilization losses.

Take a deeper dive into urease inhibitors to understand the key components of nitrogen loss and the value of protecting your applied nitrogen.


Article Categories: CANADA, Nitrogen Loss, US, Video Player Icon VIDEO
You might not be able to control what you aren’t expecting, but you are capable of minimizing nitrogen loss. When your applied nitrogen is affected by ammonia volatilization, your return on investment decreases.
Article Categories: Nitrogen Loss, US, Video Player Icon VIDEO, CANADA