Agriculture

December 16, 2010 12:00 AM

Fertilizer helps Koch grow

ENID, Okla. —It's an exceedingly raw and windy fall day at the Koch Fertilizer plant on the eastern outskirts of town. Tall steel towers and a vast array of densely woven pipes make up the two large anhydrous ammonia units and smaller units that make urea and urea ammonium nitrate. At the edge of the plant are drive-throughs for loading railcars and trucks, and a pipeline comes into the plant grounds.

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