Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Bloomington IL
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To me it doesn't sound hokey, but I don't know of anyone around here that does that. It's about the same principle of appling anhydrus amonia (SP?) You use a pull behind bar with knives that inject the gas into the ground where it can naturally break down into nitrogen. Good stuff, the corn loves it. You can tell where you didn't get a good seal from the soil too as the corn is about 2 feet shorter than the rest.
Too bad about not having bio in your area of Idaho. If you guys do get it someday, watch out though. The solvents in the bio have been breaking down the sludge in the bulk tanks and tractor tanks. Makes for a lot of fuel-filter changes and degrading rubber lines.
THE BLUE BOMBER! Currently Toast !!!!
87 ford f-350 cab-chassis dually. 2wd, 6.9, 3 speed C-6. 3 leaf helper springs, 11,000 gvwr, pintle/ball hitch, 6 pin round trailer connector (unhooked currently). Rear generic truck stop lights. Twin I beam front end with coil springs. Plow lights and switch to go from headlights to plow lights. 8.5 foot meyer diamond plow with central hydrolics. 8 foot rugby dump bed. 167,000 miles and still strong. Solid State Glow Plug Controller.
Last edited by WhiteGardens; 05-01-2008 at 07:42 AM.