Ammonia

Ammonia (NH3) is a colorless gas with a pungent odor that is an important component in fertilizers for agriculture such as ammonium nitrate, urea and composite fertilizers.  Comprised of a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen, applying just 100kg of ammonia to a hectare of soil will increase wheat yield by 8-10% and corn yield by 60%.  ToAZ carries out extensive work in research and development in order to improve the application of fertilizers. An example of our dedication to constantly contine cultivating our methods include, but are not limited to, investing in a number of U.S. units, coordinating the production of alternatives, improving the applicationof fertilizers, such as liquid ammonia and ammonia water, which are used as a standalone fertilizers. 

Beyond fertilizers, liquid ammonia is also used in refrigeration systems as a coolant, in the metal industry (to create protective atmospheres), and in the plastics industry.
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Needs label: perhaps “Ammonia increases crop yields”

+10% Wheat yield

+60% Corn yield