Inorganic Fertilizers

Inorganic fertilizers refer to synthetic fertilizers that are made from non-organic materials. They are commonly used in conventional agriculture to supplement soil nutrients and improve crop yields. Inorganic fertilizers are often more readily available to plants than organic fertilizers, but they can have negative environmental impacts such as groundwater pollution and soil degradation. They also contribute to greenhouse gas emissions during production and transport. Overall, the use of inorganic fertilizers requires careful consideration of the benefits and risks, and should be used in conjunction with other strategies to ensure sustainable and safe agriculture.

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