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WCROC celebrates renewable fertilizer pilot plant at dedication

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MORRIS – On an appropriately warm and windy summer afternoon, scientists, politicians and supporters gathered at the West Central Research and Outreach Center to dedicate the Renewable Hydrogen and Ammonia Pilot Plant, the most recent step in the WCROC's renewable energy program.

The plant uses wind energy to pull nitrogen and hydrogen from the air and water and combine it into anhydrous ammonia fertilizer.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune. 

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