Liquid Nitrogen Calibration Information
From: Curtis D. Fountain
Agricultural Extension Agent – Field Crops
The following distances translate to 1/128th of an acre:
If it is 32% N, the conversion factor is 1.15. So 15 gallons/acre of water divided by 1.15 equals 13.0 gallons/acre of 32% N.
30% N weighs 10.8 lbs/gallon and contains 3.3 lbs of nitrogen per gallon.
24S or 25S weighs 10.7 lbs/gallon and contains 2.6 lbs of nitrogen per gallon. 24S or 25S also contains 0.3 lb of sulfur per gallon.
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