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Photo provided Mike Reese of the University of Minnesota-Morris was a keynote speaker at the Ag and Energy Expo held Feb. 24 at Central Lakes College in Staples. He explained how wind turbines and associated technology are being used to produce anhydrous ammonia fertilizer for farmland in Minnesota.

Ag & Energy Expo at Staples explores fertilizer from wind

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The second annual Ag and Energy Expo was held Friday, Feb. 24 at the Staples campus of Central Lakes College.

After greetings from Mike Palmer, vice president of the co-sponsoring Mid-Central Federal Saving Bank, and Bob Rick, farm business management instructor at CLC, featured presenter Mike Reese presented "Producing Nitrogen Fertilizer from Wind."


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