Fertilizers and Soil Treatment

Research aims to achieve high yields with less nitrogen

As nitrogen fertilizer prices rise across the country, a research team that includes scientists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has secured new resources and partners as they work to reduce the amount of nitrogen that crops such as sorghum and maize need to reach their maximum yield potential. The National …

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Resilience of the food system to phosphorus shortages on a telecoupled planet

1. Nesme, T., Metson, GS & Bennett, EM Global phosphorus flows through agricultural trade. Glob. About. Change 50, 133-141 (2018). Item Google Scholar 2. Kastner, T., Erb, KH & Haberl, H. Rapidly Growing Agricultural Trade: Effects on Global Zone Efficiency and the Role of Management. About. Res. Lett. 9, 034015 …

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Key trends in the agricultural organic products market worth $ 18.5 billion by 2026

CHICAGO, December 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – According to the report, the “Main market trends for agricultural organic products by organic agricultural products, biocontrols, biofungicides, bioinsecticides, bionematicides, biostimulants, biofertilizers, inoculants, pheromones, biological seed treatment – Global forecasts until 2026”, published by MarketsandMarkets ™, the market for agricultural organic products …

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$ 5.9 Billion Biostimulant Market by Active Ingredient, Mode of Application, Formulation, Crop Type – Global Forecast to 2028 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Biostimulants Market by Active Ingredients, Mode of Application, Formulation, Crop Type – Global Forecast to 2028” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global biostimulant market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2021 to reach $ 5.9 billion by 2028, while …

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Christmas cactus can brighten up the holidays

The holidays have arrived and so has the Christmas cactus. Place this favorite holiday plant in a basket, decorative pot, or foil and it will be ready to give as a gift or add to your holiday decor. With proper care, this holiday favorite can flower for four to eight …

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Husker team gains momentum towards developing nitrogen-efficient crops

LINCOLN, Neb. – As nitrogen fertilizer prices rise across the country, a research team that includes scientists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has secured new resources and partners as they work to reduce the amount nitrogen that crops like sorghum and maize need to reach their maximum yield potential. The …

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Haywood students raise awareness about pollution

Haywood Community College storm sewers now feature stencils reminding people to help keep waterways clean, thanks to a class project that students at Haywood Early College recently completed. The stencils read “Don’t Dump the Pigeon River Drains” in bright colors, reminding people that the drains carry anything dumped there directly …

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How environmentally friendly is coconut oil?

When it comes to the beauty industry, coconut oil has exploded in popularity due to its natural attributes and great versatility. Especially among those who prefer to live a minimalist lifestyle, a product that proves just as useful in the kitchen cupboard as it does in home beauty care seems …

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Tropical gardening: must-have poinsettias for the holiday color

While we’ve seen Christmas decorations in some stores, the Christmas holidays don’t feel real until our Thanksgiving leftovers are fully digested. Poinsettias, especially in the Kona, Ka’u, and Kohala dryer, will soon have spectacular colors. Although mainland people consider the poinsettia to be a Christmas flower, for us it blooms …

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