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Bacillus

Associate Bacillus with a supply of Silicon: benefits

Why is it interesting to associate Bacillus with a supply of Silicon for cultivated plants? The association between bacteria of the genus Bacillus and a supply of silicon can be beneficial for cultivated plants for several reasons. First of all, silicon is an important element for the growth of plants, as it strengthens their immune […]

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Azotobacter

Azotobacter: naturally replacing synthetic nitrogen

How can Azotobacter naturally replace synthetic nitrogen units? Azotobacter is a bacterium that can fix atmospheric nitrogen and convert it to a form usable by plants. This ability is due to the presence of an enzyme called nitrogenase, which converts atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia. Nitrogen is a crucial element for plant growth, but plants cannot

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fertilisation

Agricultural fertilization in 2021: adopting good practices

In addition to covid 19, the year 2021 is marked by awareness of the environment and general health. Consumers, politicians, and farmers in turn raise the multiple issues facing society. Among these issues: environmental imbalances that impact the health of living things, including that of humans. Fertilization plays a major role in soil balance, environmental

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Urea 46 : spreading and controversy

Urea 46: a nitrogen fertiliser used worldwide   Urea 46 is the most used nitrogen-based fertiliser worldwide in terms of tonnes due to its high nitrogen content. Industrially synthesised from ammonia and carbon dioxide, the finished product in the form of granulated or prilled urea contains the elements carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen. The gradual mineralisation

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engrais histoire

Fertilizers: History of French Fertilization since 1900

The types of fertilizers and the farmers’ conception of the use of fertilizers have continued to evolve throughout the 20th century until today. Post-war agriculture has nothing to do with agriculture today, which faces environmental and health emergencies. And for good reason: agricultural issues and crop yields are no longer the same. Fertilization practices have

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