Manage Your Land With Agricultural Propane
Propane is a clean-burning, non-toxic fuel that will not contaminate soil or groundwater. It releases far fewer greenhouse gases than other fuels and is often used in agricultural settings. Agricultural propane is most often used for thermal agriculture, crop conditioning, food conditioning and nutrient management.
Common Agricultural Propane Applications
- Weed, insect, and microbe control
- Manage farm waste materials
- Protect crops through harvest, storage, and processing
- Power heavy equipment (tractors, generators, pumps, etc.) and vehicles
- Crop drying
- Stock tank heating
- Space heating and frost protection
You can also learn more about the tax credits, rebates and savings, visit the Energy.gov website.
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