The Green Play
Ammonia™, Yielder® NFuel Energy goal is to break away from the
Oligarch dominance of the primary N sources. The secondary N
source will become more expensive in relation to Green Play
Ammonia™. This means a supply of ammonia is local and at a price
that involves no fear marketing from the fertilizer dealer. The
fertilizer dealer is still in business and supplies other
products like phosphate or potassium.
The technology exists to build
the Green Play Ammonia™ plants, the Yielder® NFuel Energy
storage system, and the Exactrix® equipment to control GHG. The
technology exists to run the 3-10 nested plants remotely and
supply NH3 interconnected between the nested plants as required.
A highly reliable system can be promoted to consumers of
Yielder® NFuel Energy.
It’s time to bring greenhouse gases to their lowest levels while
raising more food and earning more profit.
A good second goal is for the green consumer to pay a little
extra for the ethanol or the beef, pork or cotton so they know
they have purchased a sustainable product with the lowest GHG.
This marketing technique is well proven. The Green Play Ammonia™
will put the Oligarchs out of the agricultural ammonia business.
The steam reformation with natural gas will fade away since the
US ammonia plants are old, and coal-fired plants in North Dakota
and Kansas will be the first to go.
Fertilizer Dealers Recommend Exactrix® Applications
Read the following for Exactrix® solutions on increasing yield
in an environmentally friendly way.
400 bushel per acre corn is coming.
300 bushel per acre corn can be achieved on sandy ground with
TAPPKTS and help from TKI.
Will the earth friendly billionaires like Exactrix®?
Entering the Greatest Era of Environmental Regulation and
becoming more efficient at the same time.
Manufacturing NH3 locally.
fade away of steam reformation, single-train ammonia plants is
due to the Oligarch long-term contracts for natural gas. It
requires negotiation and long-term planning, and a major problem
requires the Oligarchs to figure out the NH3 transportation
system from their old-fashioned ammonia mega plants to the Great
The biggest unsolved problem for the Mega Plants is the storage
of NH3. They store NH3 in the cropland soils or build secondary
and third process dry fertilizers that cannot be metered
accurately. The problems become worse the more fertilizer
manufacturers convert to other types of nitrogen, such as 32-0-0
and 28-0-0, which are unsafe environmental materials due to the
nitrate in the mix. Guaranteed analysis is not possible . . .