Nitrogen Stabilizer

Use eNtrench™ to keep nitrogen in the root zone longer, optimizing the yield and profit potential of your corn, wheat and canola crops.

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There are many benefits to protecting your UAN, liquid manure and urea with eNtrench:

Protect your investment and optimize opportunity for yield and profit

Denitrification graphic eNtrench slows the conversion of ammonium nitrogen to nitrates. Nitrates are negatively charged and are more prone to loss through leaching and denitrification. Keeping nitrogen in the root zone for when crops need it most allows for increased profit and yield potential.

Manage time, improve efficiency and reduce costs

Corn cross section Applying nitrogen in the fall allows you to take advantage of typically lower fertilizer costs and save time in the spring for seeding. Protecting fall applied nitrogen with eNtrench ensures your nitrogen stays in the root zone until your crops need it most next spring.

Reduce environmental impacts

Rows of corn Using eNtrench reduces greenhouse gases by 51% on average and reduces leaching of nitrates by an average of 16%.


Use eNtrench to keep nitrogen in the root zone to maximize the yield potential of these crops.   


Canola (Brassica spp.)



Wheat (Triticum spp.)


Registered for use in the prairie provinces, British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario.

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Technical Specifications

  • Rates
    2.7 L/ha (1.1 L/ac)


Labels (PDF)

eNtrench™ Nitrogen Stabilizer Label
Stabilisateur d'azote eNtrench étiquette principale

Safety Data Sheets (PDF)
eNtrench™ Nitrogen Stabilizer SDS
Stabilisateur d'azote eNtrench fiches signalétique

View Additional Resource Material (PDF)
2019 East Field Guide
2019 West Field Guide
Optinyte™ Technology Global Environment Guide
eNtrench Frequently Asked Questions

eNtrench Nitrogen Stabilizer Technical Sheet
eNtrench Stabilisateur d’Azote Fiche Technique


Before use and for complete product information, please read and follow label directions.eNtrench™ is a trademark of Dow AgroSciences, DuPont, or Pioneer and their affiliated companies or respective owners.