how to neutralize nitrogen in the soil?

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Answered: Nitrogen

Not technically. Liquid Nitrogen is a cryogenic fluid. It can be used as a contact coolant or open cycle refrigerant. Nitrogen is a chemical element and a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. Dry Nitrogen is an inert gas used most commonly in pressure testing or holding charge.

Answered: What is the difference between liquid Nitrogen and ...

Hi, The difference is just the same as water and dry steam (of water). Under the melting point the Nitrogen becomes liquid (can't remember now the exact temperature but it is some 15 degrees Kelvin [-258 c] or so). Above the boiling point Nitrogen will become gas.... and frequently it is dried ...

Answered: What is dry nitrogen?

It means 100% gaseous nitrogen--no liquid nitrogen in it.

Answered: What types of soils are in different states of ...

Hi Here you will find all the maps you need to answer your Q. http://soils.usda.gov/survey/geography/hurricane/index.html Every country and any type of sand.

Answered: How do i prepare soil for tomato plants?

Prepare the garden bed by adding lots of compost (5 to 8 pounds per square .... Fill with soil , fertilizer, etc. Plant tomato and cover soil with plastic
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Why is soil and water conservation important to the future?

Soil and water conservation, more appropiately stated, soil and ground water protection from man made contamination. There are also natural disasters that can cause contamination such as volcanoes, forest fires and natural from our soil, of which water movement will dispurse, both underground and ...

What type of soil is the best quality soil?

There is no best quality soil . For example, oranges prefer sandy loam soil , while apples are better off in a clay soil ; Rice needs flooded, water holding

Adding Nutriets to Virgin Soil

Try going to a Home Depot or local gardening shop and asking a professional, as I'm not personally aware of any liquid solution on the market.

What is best way to add nitrogen to your soil?

At the risk of being shot, consider urea.