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During the six months, Iran's export of chemical fertilizers grew some 12% year-on-year, he added.
Kumar said that soil is getting contaminated due to excessive use of chemical fertilizers in the country.
Next year, they should apply chemical fertilizers in the first, green fertilizers in the second and rotten husk or animal waste fertilizers in the third portion.
Some farmers do not use chemical fertilizers due to high cost, the others - because of negative impact on quality of products.
In a statement here on Friday, he said that the shortage of chemical fertilizer for rice crop would cause cut in cultivation of rice and raise rice price.
He says, "If the current trend of using chemical fertilizers continues, our lands will become totally barren in another 10 years.
GPIC's delegation viewed QAFCO'S expansion projects: Qafco5 and Qafco6 implemented by the Qatari Chemical Fertilizers Company.
The chemical fertilizer industry was born from left-over ammonium nitrate, used in making explosives, the government had after World War II.
Health-conscious food buyers worry about the potential deleterious effects of pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
In its recent experiment in which the research group entity cultured tomatoes and lettuce in pots using CSL, the new technique demonstrated growth rates and crop yields equivalent to those in cultivation that employs chemical fertilizers.
Grandy Oats has been making granola in a 100-year-old former dairy barn since 1979, and owners Aaron Anker and Nat Peirce (two University of New Hampshire graduates, both of whom drove VW vans in college) proudly proclaim, "In 2004, we estimate that we used 100 acres of organic oats--grown on land that was not poisoned with chemical fertilizers or pesticides, near rivers and wildlife areas that did not absorb chemicals and by farmers who did not have to handle chemicals.
Chemical fertilizers and sprays repel earthworms, leaving the soil "dead.
Our discussion in 1947 explained in basic terms the circumstances in which plants flourished with the help of chemical fertilizers, and the areas in which studies showed that organic fertilizer (mainly manure) better met plants' needs.
Advances in the use of plastics in agriculture have increased crop yields and quality while lowering the need for chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides.
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