Authors

M G. Mason

Publication Date

1970

Document Type

Report

DAFWA Collections

Grains and field crops

Abstract

Anhydrous ammonia, as the name infers, is pure ammonia, It is kept in a liquid form under pressure and must therefore be stored in special vessels. When pressure is released it changes to gaseous form. Anhydrous ammonia is the most concentrated form of nitrogen fertiliser available. It has 82% nitrogen compared to 46% for urea, the most concentrated solid form of nitrogen fertilisers.

Trials carried out were:

1965 - 1967 Wongan Hills Research station (3)

1967 - Badgingarra (1)

1968 - Moulyinning (1)

1968 - North Lake Grace (1)

1969 - Westonia (1)

Merredin (1)

Tammin. (1)

Number of Pages

8

Keywords

Western Australia

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