Data from: Ammonia volatilization from putting greens foliarly-fertilized by conventional or stabilized urea

Maxim J. Schlossberg, Benjamin A. McGraw & Ryan L. Sebring
Low cost, high N-content, and favorable handling characteristics of urea fertilizer (46-0-0) make its use common in turfgrass management. While many investigations confirm incomplete recovery of foliarly-applied urea-N by turfgrass putting greens, the efficacy of urease-inhibiting additives, calcium-maleic-itaconic polymer or N-(n-butyl) thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT), in preventing NH3 volatilization is currently undocumented. Meanwhile, NH3 emissions reduce air and water quality. From 2014 to 2015, NH3 volatilization was measured 0- to 24-hours following foliar application of conventional...
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