Nitrogen-fixing bacteria helps crops to ‘feed’ themselves

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Added by July 27, 2013

Published on YouTube Jul 25, 2013: World changing technology developed by experts at The University of Nottingham enables crops to take nitrogen from the air reducing the use of expensive and environmentally damaging fertilisers.

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  1. Luisa Torres
    Luisa Torres 28 February, 2014, 03:46

    Nitrogen video

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  2. JakePrater8
    JakePrater8 15 October, 2013, 18:08

    Not running out of phosphorus per se, but instead losing it to places that
    it is difficult to recover (groundwater and the ocean). We never run out of
    phosphorus as mass can neither be created or destroyed, just translocated
    or changed in form.

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  3. TimeForChange
    TimeForChange 27 September, 2013, 23:07
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  4. Michelle Schott
    Michelle Schott 9 September, 2013, 22:29
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  5. Ed Torres
    Ed Torres 9 September, 2013, 20:45
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  6. Jon Soderberg
    Jon Soderberg 5 August, 2013, 20:18

    from what Ive heard we are running out of phosphorus not nitrogen…

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  7. Vane Fal
    Vane Fal 1 August, 2013, 20:44

    Hearty congratulations, could supercede Nobel winner Haber similarly
    feeding billions for years to come except in a much kinder way? Most worthy
    successor. I hope there will be a version for use by domestic gardeners

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  8. John Brussee
    John Brussee 31 July, 2013, 12:10

    fantastic,healty living seems to get better,in world times all people want

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  9. Josek Torres Funtanet
    Josek Torres Funtanet 25 July, 2013, 16:45

    wow ! thats awesome ! I will love to keep an eye on this topic. I´ll be
    waiting for data updates :)

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