FAQ

Nitrogen loss is real. Here, you`ll find answers to the most common questions we answer about nitrogen loss and our Nitrogen Stabilizer products, N-Serve & eNtrench.

  1. Is nitrogen loss real?
  2. What happens to applied nitrogen?
  3. What are leaching and denitrification?
  4. What experience does Dow AgroSciences have with nitrogen stabilizers?
  5. What do Dow AgroSciences nitrogen stabilizers do and how are they different?
  6. What are nitrogen stabilizers and how do they work?
  7. N-Serve and eNtrench, both being nitrification inhibitors, how do they specifically work?
  8. Do N-Serve and eNtrench tie up my nitrogen?
  9. Why wouldn’t I just increase my nitrogen by adding another $10–$15 worth of nitrogen?
  10. What are the benefits of N-Serve and eNtrench nitrogen stabilizers?
  11. Is there data to demonstrate that N-Serve & eNtrench protect nitrogen and keep it in the root zone longer?
  12. What crops can I use N-Serve and eNtrench on?
  13. What are the rates for N-Serve and eNtrench?
  14. What is the ROI of using a nitrogen stabilizer?
  15. What’s the benefit of nitrogen stabilizers in canola?
  16. What is the price of N-Serve and eNtrench?
  17. Where and when can these products be purchased?
  18. What is the environmental impact of nitrogen stabilizers?
  19. What is the significance of fall fertilizer application?
  20. How much earlier in the fall can I apply anhydrous when I use N-Serve?
  21. How do I apply N-Serve with anhydrous ammonia?
  22. How do I apply eNtrench with my UAN?
  23. How are N-Serve and eNtrench packaged?
  24. Should I adjust my nitrogen rate when using N-Serve and eNtrench?
  25. Can eNtrench be impregnated onto urea?
  26. Where can I source the required equipment?