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Published June 03, 2013, 11:11 AM

Problems found at Minn. anhydrous ammonia plants

While ammonium nitrate is not commonly used on Minnesota farms, anhydrous ammonia is. It’s a colorless gas that’s stored under pressure in liquid form. It’s pumped into the soil as a source of nitrogen. The state has 287 anhydrous ammonia storage facilities, and they’re regulated and inspected by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.

By: St. Cloud (Minn.) Times, Agweek

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