Nitrogen fertilizer, whether liquid, granular or anhydrous ammonia, should not be placed in the seed row. Nitrogen can be highly toxic to germinating seed, so it needs to be placed at a safe distance, but still close enough so that it is available when the plant needs it.
(SK Ministry of Agriculture)
Sulfur fertilizers often contain a high proportion of nitrogen and should also not be placed with the seed. Phosphate and potassium have been shown to be seed safe in small amounts. When higher concentrations are required, they should not be seed-placed.