A reversal of GHG—also resulting in more wide spread fertilizer
access and profitability—requires
change in the fertilizer industry.. Past systems of manufacture, tillage systems, surface
application of nutrients, poor regulation and selective education will
eventually be made obsolete by the new Green Play Ammonia™, Yielder® NFuel Energy approach. Changes will occur in NH3 transportation,
storage and application systems.
The country will experience an N type acreage change, including a
complete reversal from secondary Urea and a third product, Uran. UAN
nitrogen is anticipated with Green Play Ammonia, Yielder® NFuel Energy.
The Third World products cannot reduce GHG and contribute to it,
especially N2O. This was especially noted by Yara in December 2018 as
Urea, Uran, and UAN products being contributors to N2O.
In the USA, ammonia is now applied directly to 27% of all acres. We
anticipate that only Green Play Ammonia™ can control GHG. Other
nitrogen products like UAN, Uran and Urea will give back their market
share that increased substantially during the Oligarch era of NH3.
Green Play Ammonia™ could reach 80% of the acres as the total N applied
Why is NH3, directly applied, not used in Europe, Africa, or Asia?
Simply stated, there were better investment strategies for producers
in the USA following World War 2.
Also, the gigantic land mass of North America and the cheap energy
source, fossil fuel, natural gas and coal was easily mined. The country had
an availability of Land Bank credit to buy land and pay for it much
faster with the technology of Anhydrous Ammonia.
Approximately 50% of the land value today is related to the
application of Anhydrous Ammonia directly to the land. The land value
is even greater if it is uniformly applied as TAPPKTS plus Zn.
A large fertilizer industry eventually evolved as North American
farmers drove up land values using NH3 directly applied. Land values
doubled and tripled in the 60’s when NH3 was offered at $60 per ton.
The fertilizer industry made sure there was budget money to pay for
the fertilizer with a bank operating line.
The oversupply of natural gas in Canada brought on the development
of Urea for export to the Third World in 1980. Urea was then adapted
to lower value land in North America. The Urea and Uran program soon
backfired in North America on large acreage farms. Urea is not primary
nitrogen and may not convert from Urea to NH4 in time for the plant to
Green Play Ammonia is renewable ammonia. It is built locally. It is
always available. Storage tanks are required as with any fuel and or
Yielder® NFuel Energy will forever change transportation and allow
solid state batteries to compete for long distance trucking.
Manufacture and Storage of renewable Green Play Ammonia™ is
important on a local basis.