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Leguminous plants reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Article from: Leguminous plants reduce greenhouse gas emissions | Externwebben (slu.se) Nitrous oxide emissions are on average 60 percent lower from cultivation of legumes than for nitrogen-fertilized crops. Climate footprint from carbon dioxide and energy consumption is also less since...
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HIGHLIGHTS Memorandum of Understanding executed between Fertoz and Trimble Inc. to facilitate carbon offset tradingMemorandum of Understanding executed between Fertoz and DataPLP to quantify carbon sequestration through satellite and drone imagery and field testingEngagement of Brightspot Climate Inc. as a...
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Fernie, British Columbia Canada HIGHLIGHTS Fertoz will commence mining operations at Fernie, British Colombia, Canada in July 2021 due to contracts and/or orders exceeding 10,000 tonne in North AmericaFollowing on from a record first quarter orders (ASX 25th March 2021) 2Q...
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HIGHLIGHTS Encouraging recent quality and yield results from two-year field report monitoring the beneficial effects of combining organic rock phosphate and potash fertilizer by Fertoz distributor Soil Works LLCThe positive results have sparked a steady stream of orders from new...
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Fertoz Carbon Credit Certificates

Starting May 1, 2021 Fertoz is issuing carbon credit certificates with all rock phosphate sales outlining the calculated reductions in emissions and carbon sequestration potential from the application of rock phosphate. Carbon credit certificates are available to retailers, and producers...
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Fertoz Establishes Carbon Division

HIGHLIGHTS New Division within Fertoz to focus on carbon sequestration, consulting, activities, trading and implementation of carbon strategies using Fertoz organic fertilizers Currently in discussions with multiple private land-owners in Canada and the USA in regard to reforestation and native...
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