Today - continued Garst - nitrogen can be produced synthetically from the air, water and natural gas. No other raw materials is not necessary. And the air, water and natural gas are abundant almost everywhere, in different parts of the world. Garst belongs to the supporters of the use of nitrogen produced synthetically from the air instead of accumulated plants in the fields. Most American agronomists believe that the pound of nitrogen obtained by leguminous plants, costing anywhere from 50 cents to a dollar, while taking into account a reduction in income due to the fact that the field must have for the year sown oats and for the year - clover, rather than corn, generating big profits. At the same time in modern American conditions it is possible to buy various types of nitrogen fertilizers, in which a pound of nitrogen will cost 10 to 15 cents. Naturally, Iowa farmers are increasingly coming to the conclusion disadvantageous to sow clover and other legumes, azotosobirayuschie culture, for synthetic nitrogen costs them five times cheaper.
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