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AGLUKON Spezialdünger GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Premium fertilizer for your crops Developing specialty fertilizers for over 80 years, AGLUKON is an experienced partner you can rely on. To optimize the yield and quality of agricultural and horticultural crops, we continuously work to improve our fertilizers' performance. Together with our partner more

TIMAC Agro Deutschland GmbH, Germany


Koch Industries Inc., USA

Based in Wichita, Kansas, Koch Industries is one of the largest private companies in America. A diverse set of businesses and industries across the world, we work together to keep improving and exploring new ways to make life even better. With 122,000 global employees and locations in nearly every more

News Fertilizers

  • Producing fertiliser without carbon emissions

    Researchers at ETH Zurich and the Carnegie Institution for Science have shown how nitrogen fertiliser could be produced more sustainably. This is necessary not only to protect the climate, but also to reduce dependence on imported natural gas and to increase food security. Intensive agriculture is p more

  • Fertilizing the ocean to store carbon dioxide

    The urgent need to remove excess carbon dioxide from Earth’s environment could include enlisting some of our planet’s smallest inhabitants, according to an international research team led by Michael Hochella of the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Hochella and his collea more

  • Biodegradable plastic particles in finished compost

    Composting plants process biowaste into finished compost, which ends up as fertiliser in the soils of fields. A study by the University of Bayreuth shows that finished compost from composting plants in Germany contains a large number of biodegradable plastic particles. Applicable legal and certifica more

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Fertilizer , an organic fertilizer Fertilizers (also spelled fertilisers) are compounds given to plant s to promote growth; they are usually applied either via the soil, for uptake by plant roots, or by foliar feeding , for uptake through lea ... more


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