Fert for the Dirt

It has been so beautiful out lately, everything has started to turn green around Nebraska. The farmers are all out in the field and new baby cows are everywhere you look. My farmer has been going non-stop anhydrousing his own fields and doing some custom work for neighbors. Anhydrous Ammonia is a type of nitrogen agriculture fertilizer that is stored in tanks and compressed into a clear liquid. It is inserted straight into the ground by the toolbar applicator. My farmer is putting the anhydrous on his fields as fertilizer for the crops he will begin planting in a few weeks.

Jerry anhydroused 800 acres of his own and 400 custom acres for neighbors. He put on 140 lbs of anhydrous and dual placed 10 gallons of 10-34-0 per acre.

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