Methamphetamine Inhibitor: Calcium Nitrate– What You Need to Know, 2006

(2006) Methamphetamine Inhibitor: Calcium Nitrate– What You Need to Know, 2006. Agriculture and Land Stewardship

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Abstract

Iowa agriculture depends on anhydrous ammonia as a low-cost form of nitrogen fertilizer on 61 percent of Iowa’s 12.4 million acres of corn. Now we find a threat to that source of nutrient—the theft of anhydrous ammonia for use in making a powerful, illegal narcotic called methamphetamine. Naturally, the fertilizer industry is outraged by the illegal and illicit use of our products. We want to play a role in preventing abuse in the future. By raising awareness, knowing how to respond and using the Meth Inhibitor, fertilizer dealers can assist law enforcement in combating this illicit use of a product important to Iowa farmers.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: Methamphetamine Abuse, Ammonia, Calcium compounds, Agricultural
Subjects: Agriculture and food production
Health and medicine
Health and medicine > Drugs and pharmacology
ID Code: 9485
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 19 Apr 2010 19:30
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2010 19:30
URI: http://publications.iowa.gov/id/eprint/9485

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