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The Disappearing Nutrient

Nature, vol.461 pp.716-718, 08/10/2009


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Resource IDgilbert2009
Resource titleThe Disappearing Nutrient
Author(s)Natasha Gilbert
Publication/ sourceNature, vol.461 pp.716-718
Date published08/10/2009
Summary text/ abstractPhosphate-based fertilizers have helped spur agricultural gains in the past century, but the world may soon run out of them. Natasha Gilbert investigates the potential phosphate crisis.
Library categoriesFood & Agriculture, 'Limits to Growth', Simplicity
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