Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizer?

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Ammonium nitrate is used in many different applications. It is commonly used in instant cold packs, explosive devices, and in fertilizer. It has a NPK rating of 34-0-0 and is 34 percent nitrogen. It is favored over urea because it is much more stable and therefore, the nitrogen in it is not easily lost in the atmosphere. When it is applied in warmer weather, it is best to do so before an imminent rain on order to minimize nitrogen loss.
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Ammonium nitrate is used as a fertilizer !
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Ammonium nitrate is also known as the chemical compound of NH4 NO3. This chemical is typically colorless and odorless and forms crystals when placed at room temperature.
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Production: The processes involved in the production of ammonium nitrate in industry, although chemically simple, are technologically challenging. The acid-base reaction of ammonia
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none anymore. they stopped adding it because people like you make bombs out of it. if it does have it then it has a neutralizer chemical in it so it would do you no good.
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