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Novel carbon capture-based organo-mineral fertilisers show comparable yields - Data.xlsx (133.41 kB)

Data: Novel carbon capture-based organo-mineral fertilisers show comparable yields and impacts on soil health to mineral fertiliser across two cereal crop field trials in Eastern England

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posted on 2023-07-27, 13:06 authored by Ruben SakrabaniRuben Sakrabani, Emma BurakEmma Burak

Conclusion: This study showed that CCOMFs are a promising alternative to conventional mineral fertilisers as they produce comparable yields with no additional negative impacts in the short term.

Implications: This study is the first of its kind in a field context showing feasibility of using carbon capture technology to formulate sustainable fertilisers adopting a circular economy approach.

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Industrial Challenge Research Fund (Innovate UK)

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r.sakrabani@cranfield.ac.uk

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