Articles Tagged with ''nitrogen fixation''

Biologicals: Bugs, Jugs and Waiting for the ‘Arrival Moment’

Regulatory clarity and measurements have improved. Are biologicals ready for prime time?
Economic analysts continue to project larger market shares for biological products in the fields. Some researchers, meanwhile, say additional research is needed before scientists can understand how some of the items in the category work, or even if they work.
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Study: Nitrogen Fixation In Leaves Could Alter Crop Management

The study, recently published in the journal Biology, investigated how bacteria in non-photosynthetic leaf cells of seed plants can naturally provide nitrogen to plants. Currently, inorganic nitrogen fertilizers, such as ammonia or nitrate, are commonly applied to soils, damaging soils, and causing nitrogen runoff that contaminates streams, rivers, and other water bodies.
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