Scientists reveal promising results for fertiliser pellets made from captured carbon

Madeleine Cuff
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The scientists believe the pellets could cut the carbon footprint of our food | Credit: Flickr/theaucitron
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The scientists believe the pellets could cut the carbon footprint of our food | Credit: Flickr/theaucitron

Pellets made with captured CO2 could be used as a lower carbon fertiliser

Captured carbon dioxide could be used to make fertiliser pellets that can help restore soil health and boost harvests, scientists at the University of Sheffield have declared today. Researchers at the...

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