On Minnesota Farm, Experiment Could Change How Farmers Get Costly Nitrogen

UMN researchers have built prototypes of machines that can make fertilizer out of air and water.

Kennedy Research, an ag startup in Murdock, MN, is negotiating with university officials for a licensing agreement to build a larger prototype that it could sell to farmers.

U professor Roger Ruan patented the technology in 2014, and has built at least three prototypes that work.

Read the full story in the Star Tribune.