Nitrogen

The method would replace lethal injection as the primary method.
The average Long Islander uses 50 gallons more per day than the American average of 100, all for our lawns. If people knew
A zero-input food like kelp has great potential to remain cost-competitive in any market, especially as growing scarcity of cropland and fresh water drive up the prices of conventional crops and feedstocks. As the price of freshwater rises, sea vegetables will become the most affordable food on the planet.
Another ingredient for life has been found on Mars. The space agency was quick to note that "there is no evidence to suggest
Here's a useful graphic from The Nature Conservancy showing the sources of nitrogen pollution in various parts of the East End of Long Island, from a report entitled Nitrogen Load Modeling -- The Peconic Estuary, New York.
Can Long Island be saved? Three of the four planned meetings called for by Governor Cuomo on Long Island Resiliency and Clean Water Infrastructure have now been held.
Carl LoBue, Senior Marine Scientist at The Nature Conservancy, pointed out a third and fourth benefit. This rebuilding can
What we're doing on the Big Island with Bill 113 is trying to make a law that prohibits us from helping ourselves. It is the exact opposite of what we should be doing.
I used to commute along what some call the most beautiful highway in America, with the Santa Cruz Mountains on the one side and the golden hills on the other. But listening to Weiss tell me about his work here, I realize I have never quite seen this place before.
Over time, farming has become more centralized, and scaled-up operations are so large that they could scarcely be termed "farms" any longer.
The Green Revolution was accomplished largely by doubling the amount of irrigated land. Hundreds of millions of wells now reach into the earth like straws in a thick drink on a hot day. But as with many things, we're taking more water than we're getting.
As The Washington Post reports, sediment has been building up for decades behind the 83-year-old Conowingo Dam in Maryland
All told, there are over 400 dead zones worldwide, affecting an area of more than 245,000 square kilometers, a number that has increased exponentially since the 1960s.
It is time for agriculture to dramatically reduce the millions of pounds of nitrogen pollution that flow off farms every year and then contaminate public waterways and drinking water supplies.
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Seeking a way to improve the soil's health even further, Forgey decided to introduce cover cropping to his no-till methods
PepsiCo learned that it wasn't running the Tropicana factory or transporting juice containers, but the nitrogen fertilizers they used that were the primary carbon emissions culprit.