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Q&A: Solution to the challenge of water phosphate regulations Special

Phosphate and phosphonate chemistries can help to control water systems. However, they can lead to dangerous levels of microbial growth. To overcome this, a nutrient-free industrial cooling corrosion control program has been developed.

Fungi could be the next ‘bio-fertilizers’

Biologists are proposing that a common soil fungus could be a candidate as a ‘bio-fertilizer’, replacing the more harmful phosphate based chemicals. In a study on rice crops, the fungus has triggered improved root growth.

Never mind depleted uranium, the farms are full of the hot stuff

Rock phosphates are so high in un-depleted uranium that several mines are on offer as uranium deposits. Morocco is the largest world exporter and its phosphate is in that list. Europe and Japan have male fertility problems, and both use Moroccan phosphate

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