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MESA ® M eth E x- S ulfate of A mmonia. The Only Nitrogen Source That Offers the Synergy of Ammonium Sulfate and Meth-Ex® in One Homogeneous Particle. Nitroform in the 60’s Nutralene/Triaform 70’s & 80’s Nutralene technology sold in 1997 Trade marks also changed hands MESA developed.

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MESA®MethEx-Sulfate of Ammonia

The Only Nitrogen Source That Offers the Synergy of Ammonium Sulfate and Meth-Ex® in One Homogeneous Particle


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  • Nitroform in the 60’s

  • Nutralene/Triaform 70’s & 80’s

  • Nutralene technology sold in 1997

  • Trade marks also changed hands

  • MESA developed

UF/MUHistorical Overview


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Mesa Is an Exclusive Nitrogen Source That is Produced by Resinating Methylene Ureas with Sulfate of Ammonia to produce an

Oligomer Sulfate


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A Closer Look at the Two Components of MESA Resinating Methylene Ureas with Sulfate of Ammonia to produce an


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  • Ammonium sulfate Resinating Methylene Ureas with Sulfate of Ammonia to produce an

    • Total N 21% (typical)

      • 21% Ammoniacal

      • 24% Sulfur

Ammonium Sulfate


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage Resinating Methylene Ureas with Sulfate of Ammonia to produce an


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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  • Positively charged NH immediately available for plant uptake.4+ is attracted to negatively charged soil particles and root surfaces. It resists leaching and is non-volatile.

The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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Mineralization of Urea enzymes to form negatively charged Nitrates. As much as 40% loss can occur in 7-10 days.

Volatilization

Ammonium (Carbonate)

Urease

Urea

Nitrobacter

Leaching

Plant

Uptake

Nitrate


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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  • Immediate availability insoluble and not readily available.

  • Reduced loss

  • Soluble Sulfur

  • If only the release could be controlled!

The Ammonium Sulfate Advantage


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  • Meth-EX 40 insoluble and not readily available.

    • Total N 40%

      • 7% Urea N

      • 11% WIN

      • 22% SAWSN

Meth-Ex 40®


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The Meth-EX Advantage insoluble and not readily available.


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The Meth-EX Advantage


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The Meth-EX Advantage


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Methylene Ureas long chain to short chain molecules and the result was lots of HWIN

Traditional UF MUC

TMPU

TMTU

DMTU

UREA

MDU

Water Soluble Nitrogen

Water Insoluble N

HWSN

HWIN


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The Meth-EX Advantage


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Methylene Ureas over a period of months to years. Turf managers had UF banks in their soil

Weeks of Release


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The Meth-EX Advantage


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Methylene Ureas precisely controlling the ratio of long, medium, and short length polymers.

High Activity MUC

UREA

MDU

DMTU

TMTU

TMPU

Water Soluble Nitrogen

Water Insoluble N

HWSN

HWIN


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The Meth-EX Advantage


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Methylene Ureas source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

Good Stuff

Really Good Stuff

40% N

5.5

22.0 OWSN

9.4 HWSN

3.1

Meth-Ex 40

31.4/40 = 78%

15/38 = 39%

38% N

5.3

6.2

8.8 HWSN

17.7 HWIN

Traditional UF

Meth-Ex 40 has twice as much RGS (78% vs 38%)


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  • Microbial release source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • High AI

  • Extended feeding

  • Excellent color

  • Predictable

  • Low solubility

The Meth-EX Advantage


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Total N 30% source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

10.5% Amm.

3% urea

5% WIN

11.5% SAWSN

12% Sulfur

The Marriage of Ammonium Sulfate and Meth EX!


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  • Single granule source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • Not a coating

  • Patent pending

  • 100% plant food

  • Ten years in development

  • University tested

MESA


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Performance source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

A Sample of University Trials and Test Data


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Iowa State University source where all of the N is available in the season of application.Reduced Clippings w/ same quality…..


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Iowa State University source where all of the N is available in the season of application.Reduced Clippings w/ same quality…..


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North Carolina State source where all of the N is available in the season of application.Equal quality ratings with less growth


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University of Florida source where all of the N is available in the season of application.Superior Color


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University of Florida source where all of the N is available in the season of application.Growth & Quality on Bermuda


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Features source where all of the N is available in the season of application.Advantages &Benefits


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  • Soluble sulfur source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • Ammoniacal N

  • Quick response

  • Deep green color

  • Acidification

Features of Ammonium Sulfate


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  • Predictable source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • High activity index

  • No flush growth

  • Controlled release

  • Long feeding

Features of Meth-EX 40


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  • Excellent color source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • No flush growth

  • Predictable

  • Fast response

  • Long feeding

  • No foliar burn

Features of MESA


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  • No catastrophic release, lock off source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • Reduced clipping yields

  • Longer feeding

  • Less loss to leaching or volatilization

Compared to Coated Products


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  • Not 100% Soluble source where all of the N is available in the season of application.

  • Longer duration

  • No reliance on coated products for CRN

  • Greatly reduced potential foliar burning

Compared to Homogenous AM Products



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