The Importance of Reducing On-Farm Nitrogen Losses

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The Importance of Reducing On-Farm Nitrogen Losses

You're losing more nitrogen than you think.

As legislation around carbon pricing continues to take effect across the country, there is a lot of uncertainty. There is no doubt that the Canadian government’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent by 2030 will impact farmers. One thing is for sure, finding ways to increase yields while decreasing emissions will be very important.

Check out this article for more information on the current carbon legislation in Canada and the different nitrogen management solutions available to growers to help minimize its impact on your operation.
 
Stabilize Your Nitrogen to Support Environmental Stewardship and Maximize Yields

Yield Increases

Protecting your nitrogen investment is more important than ever. By using effective nitrogen management practices, you are not only protecting your investment but also doing your part as an environmental steward.

Using a nitrogen stabilizer like N-Serve™ or eNtrench™ can reduce leaching by 16% and denitrification by 51%. Through incorporating nitrogen stabilizers into your crop management strategy, you can retain an average of 21% more nitrogen in the root zone throughout the growing season, resulting in an average of 8.1% higher canola yields and 5.8% higher wheat yields.
 
Protect Your Fertilizer Investment With Nitrogen Stabilizers

Protect Your Investment

Year-end is fast approaching. If you are planning to make a fertilizer purchase, don’t forget to pick up a nitrogen stabilizer to protect that investment. N-Serve and eNtrench nitrogen stabilizers keep nitrogen in the root zone where plants need it most so crops can reach their maximum yield potential. Use our ROI calculator to find you how much more profit potential you could earn with a nitrogen stabilizer.
 


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