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The 16% nitrogen in fertilizer is made up of: 8.50% Ammoniacal Nitrogen 2.00% Nitrate Nitrogen 0.90% Water Soluble Organic Nitrogen 4.60% Water Insoluble Nitrogen What is meant by nitrate nitrogen? What is meant by ammoniacal nitrogen? What is meant by water insoluble nitrogen? I do not know where to start?

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    Ammoniacal nitrogen means ammonia, NH3 Nitrates are NO3

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