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Increasing the effectiveness of organic nitrogen

The risks of nitrate leaching into water, fluctuations in the global prices of granulated urea and the high level of energy consumption in the production of ammonium nitrate are all reasons that urge us to seek alternatives to the sole use of chemical mineral fertilisers as a source of nitrogen fertilisation for plants. Enriching soil …

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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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Organic fertiliser: how to choose?

Adopting organic farming practices for your fields or garden means encouraging plant growth without using most synthetic chemical products. Based on respect for the universal life cycle, fertilisation in organic farming should help plants rather than act as a substitute for nature, and has emerged as a response to consumer trends towards sustainable farming.   …

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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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5 reasons to use silicon to improve plant health

The many functionalities of silicon make it a fundamental element for plants in their strategies to fight against diseases and pathogens. After oxygen, silicon is the most abundant element in the earth’s crust, yet it is only present in small quantities in living matter. Indeed, these origins make it an element that is difficult to …

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