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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-07-2012, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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LIQUID UREA, Anybody making their own?

Anybody on here making onfarm liquid urea? Would like to visit about it,

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Not making any yet, but am considering doing some trials this year with CWRS and canola, would be interested in other's experiences ...

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It's the second time I'm earing about this. Very uncommon around my place. What's the purpose of doing this instead of simply going with a normal liquid fertilizer? In Quebec 32-0-0 liquid is very popular and the prices are really close to 46-0-0 dry urea
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Yes, been making it for many years. Put most thru pivots but do spray/streamer apply some on. Advantages. Cheaper than 32%. NO burn when applied to crop. Easyer on equipment that 32%. Disadvantages, only can make up to 21%N and less dense. So only about 2# per gal. vs. 3.5# per gal.for 32%. Takes time to make as adding urea to water drops the temp, then you need to warm it up by leting the sun/air warm it up before adding more urea. Warm days one batch per day cooler days it takes two days.
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