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What will be required?
For Agriculture.

First, any acidic soil should be modified immediately for 6.8 pH using commercially available limestone. Further modification of soil pH to the 7.0 to 8.0 pH range should be independently reviewed to confirm if soil microbiology is further enhanced at the natural pH of 7.4 pH. This is the same pH as buffalo or a coral reef or the human bloodstream. A 7.4 pH is the recognized target pH in Kansas conditions.

Second, No-tillage Anhydrous Ammonia should be applied at 4" to 9" depth in the topsoil. The application would be made at 1% CV pattern of multiple openers of tool bar width, crystallized and reacted in the soil.

The highest levels of nutrient efficiency are achieved by crystallizing the fertilizer materials using very moderate amounts of Thio-sulfates and micronutrients like zinc and manganese to stabilize applied nutrients for present and future crops.

The right balance of NPKS+Zn is like Goldilocks’ happy comment, "This porridge is just right."

Cover cropping and improved three- and four-year rotations will help lower GHG by keeping the soil alive in areas with more rainfall than the crop needs. At higher altitudes and west of the 100th meridian, more diverse winter cropping is used without requiring cover cropping.

In North America, Renewable, Clean and Green NH3 plants must be built. The Anhydrous Ammonia must be stored and applied differently to meet the environmental needs of long-term crop production, clean air and clean water. This economic shift requires a departure from carbon-based energy such as natural gas and coal to build syngas and in turn build the primary nitrogen, ammonia.

For Transportation and Heat/Process.

Wind-powered green ammonia is now out competing natural gas at Yara and BP’s large and small plants in Australia. North America is next with Green Play Ammonia.

Wind Powered, Renewable, Green Ammonia from Australia goes primarily to Japan and will be used in shipping and storing in the former LNG bunkers of the large ocean going vessels.

Renewable Green NH3 plants will move ahead in inland areas in the USA and Canada using 3 to 6 megawatt wind towers. Other sources of energy can include Photo Voltaic. Nuclear will most likely be too expensive to build ammonia in almost every case proposed. Hydropower will not be a good choice for the Great Plains.

In fact Hydropower and Nuclear may be best used with the electrical grid works.

Small scale 10 megawatt wind powered ammonia plants offer the greatest flexibility for local production. Small optimized renewable plants also have improved safety over Mega Scale ammonia plants.

Keeping ammonia production in small optimized plants is required with NH3 storage about every 30 miles along the Interstate system. No grid works is required since ammonia is easily and safely transported in DOT transports with Hazmat drivers. For sure 150% more hydrogen can be transported as NH3.   

Storage on farm is required at a minimum of 30,000 gallons.


1-So, how will this work?

2-What will be required?

3-What benefits will farmers see?

4-The Details behind the Plan What will change?

5-Who will be involved?

6-How will fertilizer shift?

7-The conversion to
 Green Play Ammonia™

8-The need for serious capital

9-Where will the money go?

10-How will the investment
pay off for those vested in Energy?

11-Three powerhouse options for
 timely delivery of NH3

12-Solving the fossil fuel problem in North American agriculture

13-Think big. Think clean. Think bold.

14-Move over, fossil fuels.

15-Who knew? Now you do. Random facts at your fingertips

16-More facts on fossil fuel

17-What happened to regulation and education?

18. Video Training, The New Era Green Play Ammonia®,  Yielder® NFuel Energy.

19. Advanced information you can order.

20. GHG Articles