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Optimum corn yields require nitrogen fertilization in most crop rotations, but the energy consumed during the production of nitrogen fertilizer is considerable. Learn more about maximizing economic, environmental, and energy returns for nitrogen and other fertilizers.
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Sawyer, John E.; Hanna, H. Mark; and Petersen, Dana, "Farm Energy: Energy conservation in corn nitrogen fertilization" (2010). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 196.