Project would turn local biomass into anhydrous ammonia for fertilizing crops
When they look at a cornfield or a bale of old hay, backers of a local anhydrous ammonia initiative don't see stalks and silage. They see potential. A multimillion-dollar project is under way to produce anhydrous ammonia fertilizer in Kandiyohi County by harnessing local biomass.
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