Is ammonium sulfate a nitrogen stabilizer? | AdvanSix Ammonium Sulfate

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Is ammonium sulfate a nitrogen stabilizer?
Ammonium sulfate is not considered a nitrogen stabilizer. Nevertheless, due to its acidic nature, the chances for its nitrogen to be lost to the environment as ammonia gas are significantly less than urea. As a matter of fact, ammonium sulfate is virtually non-volatile on acidic and neutral soils.


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