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Yen Steven N, Osterholtz Frederick D: Hydrogels from radiation crosslinked blends of hydrophilic polymers and fillers. Union Carbide Corporation, Moran W R, August 19, 1975: US3900378 (79 worldwide citation)

Particulate, Free-Flowing, Insoluble Swellable Polymers are provided which are comprised of a mixture of an insoluble, swellable hydrogel and inert filler. The mixtures are free-flowing powders or granules which can absorb many times their weight of water and hence are useful as a soil amendment.


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Meyer Klaus Dr: Pastes of trace-element fertilizer, process for their manufacture and their use for plant fertilizing.. Hoechst, July 9, 1980: EP0012807-A1 (53 worldwide citation)

Wasserlösliche Spurenelementdüngemittelpasten mit einem Gehalt von 55 bis 89 Gew.-% wasserlöslicher Spurenelementverbindungen, wobei die Spurenelementkationen zu 25 bis 100 Mol-% in komplexierter Form vorliegen, 2 bis 7 Gew.-% Ammoniumstickstoff als Makronährstoff, 2 bis 18 Gew.-% Polyglykoläther mi ...


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Greg Wommack, Carl Holley, Eugene Greskovich: Soil conditioning agglomerates containing cement kiln dust. Magic Green Corporation, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, December 7, 1999: US05997599 (51 worldwide citation)

Mechanically strong, water-disintegrable agglomerates for use as a soil conditioner produced from dust particles emitted from kilns during the manufacture of cement and a process for forming such agglomerates are disclosed. The process comprises combining cement kiln dust and a water-soluble binder ...


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Greg Wommack, Carl Holley, Eugene Greskovich: Soil conditioning agglomerates containing calcium. Magic Green Corporation, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, December 4, 2001: US06325836 (41 worldwide citation)

Mechanically strong, water-disintegrable agglomerates for use as a soil conditioner produced from cement kiln dust and other particulate calcium sources containing CaO or Ca(OH)


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Cecil P Harrison, Cullen G Tittle: Agglomeration of gypsum, limestone, or gypsum-limestone mix. Tennessee Valley Authority, Robert A Petrusek, September 4, 1990: US04954134 (40 worldwide citation)

An improved process for economically and effectively granulating solid, finely-divided, particulate feedstock comprising phosphogypsum, limestone, or mixtures comprising sulfogypsum, natural or mineral gypsum, or mixtures thereof and limestone and having from about 80 to 95 percent by weight of such ...


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James Weifu Lee, Rongfu Li: Method for reducing CO2, CO, NOX, and SOx emissions. UT Battelle, Akerman Senterfitt & Eidson P A, September 10, 2002: US06447437 (38 worldwide citation)

Industrial combustion facilities are integrated with greenhouse gas-solidifying fertilizer production reactions so that CO


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Greg Wommack, Carl Holley, Eugene Greskovich: Soil conditioning agglomerates containing cement kiln dust. Magic Green Corporation, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, April 28, 1998: US05743934 (38 worldwide citation)

Mechanically strong, water-disintegrable agglomerates for use as a soil conditioner produced from dust particles emitted from kilns during the manufacture of cement and a process for forming such agglomerates are disclosed. The process comprises combining cement kiln dust and a water-soluble binder ...


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Richard B Kelly, William L Gosney: Fertilizer and limestone product. Kelly Lime and Rock Company, Cohn Powell & Hind, July 20, 1993: US05228895 (38 worldwide citation)

Nitrogen compounds are a source of soil acidity. In addition nitrates are a major factor in the leaching of other nutrient salts from soils. These salts are then replaced by the available hydrogen ions, rendering the soil even more acidic. Besides supplying nutrients, a desirable fertilizer should o ...


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Greg Wommack, Roy M Stephen: Soil conditioning agglomerates containing calcium. Magic Green Corporation, Senniger Powers, August 30, 2005: US06936087 (31 worldwide citation)

Mechanically strong, water-disintegrable agglomerates made from a particulate calcium source, a water-soluble binder and optionally containing a primary plant nutrient source and/or micronutrient source and a process for forming such agglomerates are disclosed. The agglomerates may be used as a soil ...


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Wise Kenneth J, Lehman Richard L: Low density agglomerate utilizing a carbohydrate binder.. Pfizer, Lehman Richard L, July 31, 1991: EP0439373-A1 (30 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of a low density, substantially water-insoluble, particulate material which comprises forming an aqueous slurry containing precipitated calcium carbonate and a carbohydrate binder and treating said slurry to heating and mechanical processing steps to provide a particula ...



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