Tag: fertilizer

Eutrophication Explained

Eutrophication Explained

By Micah Moen 52 Comments August 13, 2019

[birds chirping, water flowing] [music] Plants require several things to grow. Most of us know that they need things like water, sunlight, and CO2, but plants also need a variety of nutrients as well: things like nitrogen and phosphorus. Usually, plants will get all the required nutrients from the soil through their roots. But, when […]

Sustainability of POLY4 webcast

Sustainability of POLY4 webcast

By Micah Moen 0 Comment July 22, 2019

my name is Josh Mitchell I'm head of regional agronomy at serious minerals sustainability of poly four I'm gonna introduce in a number of ways firstly how serious minerals is going to implement this groundbreaking project secondly how its product poly four is going to impact the agriculture industry and there is gonna present some […]

Are Vegetarians Better for the Environment?

Are Vegetarians Better for the Environment?

By Micah Moen 42 Comments July 15, 2019

is being a vegetarian really better for the environment Anthony Carboni here for dnews and I'm a vegetarian mostly because animals are adorable sometimes you can teach them to do tricks but there are a lot of other reasons people present for living a vegetarian and vegan lifestyle things like environmental impact a new study […]

How fertilizing can impact the environment

How fertilizing can impact the environment

By Micah Moen 6 Comments June 30, 2019

Narrator: Fertilizers have been used for years to grow and maintain healthy lawns. Your grass's health depends on applying the right amount of fertilizer at the right times. The right amount of fertilizer can create a lawn with strong, thick roots that helps prevent water pollution by filtering stormwater runoff. Too little fertilizer may cause […]

Nutrien Sustainability

Nutrien Sustainability

By Micah Moen 1 Comment May 28, 2019

Pollution: Crash Course Ecology #11