Farmers Can Help Slow Down Global Warming: Study

International Business Times: Farmers around the world could help reduce global climate change by using more-precise quantity of nitrogen-based fertilizers, according to a new study. According to researchers at Michigan State University, nitrogen fertilizer contributes to emission of green house gas from agricultural fields. The study involved data from across the world to prove that emission of nitrous oxide, which is a greenhouse gas produced in soil and further application of nitrogen as fertilizer, increases the emission......

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