Thanks to the nitrification inhibitor in its content, Dash 21 slows down the conversion of ammonium to nitrate before it is taken into the plant, reduces the amount of leaching and prevents nitrogen losses.
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Efficiency in nitrogen fertilization = more efficient use of the applied nitrogen by the plant.
Nitrogen fertilization is the most widely used method among agricultural applications, and plants can benefit from only 30-35% of the applied nitrogen. Every year, a substantial amount of nitrogen passes into the atmosphere by evaporation on the one hand, and on the other hand, it is washed away from the soil and becomes unusable by plants.
Nitrogen is a type of fertilizer that is highly affected by environmental factors. Today's technological developments have shown that the ideal method to increase the efficiency of ammonium sulfate is the use of nitrification inhibitors.
With Dash 21 , nitrogen losses from the soil are significantly reduced and the applied nitrogen is used more efficiently. It is recommended that the nitrogen fertilization used for this purpose contains a nitrification inhibitor.
Thanks to the nitrification inhibitor in Dash 21 , it slows down the conversion of ammonium to nitrate before it is taken into the plant, reduces the amount of leaching and prevents nitrogen losses.
|Ammonium Nitrogen (NH4) with DCD inhibitor||21|
|Sulfur (SO 3)||60|
The purpose of using nitrification inhibitors is to reduce the leaching of nitrogen, which can be held in the ammonium form in the soil according to the Cation Exchange Capacity, by keeping it in the ammonium form for a longer time.
Dicyandiamide (DCD) inhibitor in Dash21 inhibits nitrosomonas bacteria and slows down the oxidation of ammonium (NH4+) to nitrite (NO2-). Nitrosomonas inhibition prevents nitrogen loss by slowing bacterial activity through the CN group reaction of sulfhydryl and DCD or the effect of metal groups on respiratory enzymes in bacteria.