Ammonia Picture by Chemicalinterest
To incorporate adequate safety precautions when working with or transporting NH3.
Personal protection is the responsibility of both the employer and the employee. Anhydrous ammonia is a strong alkali that can cause death or severe injury to body tissue due to its caustic, corrosive, freezing and dehydrating . . . → Read More: Safe Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3)
Nitrogen being applied
Anhydrous ammonia and urea are used to improve aerobic stability and increase the nitrogen content of silages made from low protein forage. They are more often used with maize silage, but are also used with sorghum and whole crop cereal silages, and high moisture grain.
Thorough mixing is necessary . . . → Read More: Non-protein nitrogen (NPN) in Silage