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  1. Vol. 55 No. 2, p. 155-158
     
    Received: Aug 6, 1962


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doi:10.2134/agronj1963.00021962005500020020x

Availability of Nitrogen Contained in Certain Condensation Products of Reaction of Urea with Formaldehyde1

  1. F. Leslie Long and
  2. G. M. Volk2

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Synopsis

Nitrogen uptake distribution from sources containing up to 62% of the N as water-insoluble from ureaform was not appreciably improved over watersoluble sources of N. More favorable N uptake distribution was obtained when the water-insoluble N was used alone, especially a product made with U/F mole ratio of 1.50, when applied at 1,000 pounds N per acre. Total yield was approximately doubled and total N recovery tripled as compared to a 100-pound application of soluble N.

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