Grupa Azoty produces innovative fertilizers

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In the next few years, we are likely to witness an increase in the application of smart fertilizers in agricultural production. New products will excel at delivering indispensable elements to crops. Nutrient absorption is also bound to improve, which means that the scale of washout of fertilizers to groundwater will be reduced.

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Fertilizer Deep Placement

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The International Fertilizer Development Center is an international organization working to combat hunger. IFDC’s flagship idea is Fertilizer Deep Placement (FDP), a technique of applying fertilizer below the soil.

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Promoting sustainable fertilizer use

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Incorrect use of fertilizer mixes is a very frequent problem in agricultural production, and it may lead to failing to provide the essential nutrients to the soil. The key to improving the situation is supporting the idea of sustainable farming. The Indian government has decided to take action and has commissioned soil analysis on a number of farms in the country. The enterprise is aimed at improving soil quality and efficiency.

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How the USA is shaping rational approach to mineral fertilizers application

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Fertilizers are indispensable for increasing production and the improvement of farm profitability. Their incorrect application, however, might bring about negative consequences for the natural environment and the local species. The American farmers are becoming increasingly aware of the fact that intensive farming, including the use of excessive amounts of fertilizers, plays a role in rising greenhouse gases emissions in the USA. Fortunately, there are solutions that might stop the trend, improve the current condition of soil and groundwater, and protect them from further contamination.

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Testing the impact of crop fertilization on climate change

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Grupa Azoty PUŁAWY and three research institutions have launched a new project whose goal is to examine the impact of field fertilization on climate change. To this end, the special purpose consortium coordinated by the Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation – State Research Institute has obtained financing from the National Center for Research and Development.

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