2nd October 2019

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How long does ammonia last for?

In soil or water, plants and microorganisms rapidly take up ammonia. After fertilizer containing ammonia is applied to soil, the amount of ammonia in that soil decreases to low levels in a few days. In the air, ammonia will last about 1 week.

What happens when you have high ammonia levels?

This disease affects how your brain works, because of excess toxins, or poisons, in your body. Your liver may not work properly if you have high levels of ammonia in your blood. But ammonia will build up in your body if you can't get rid of urea. This can sometimes happen if you have kidney or liver failure.
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