Dramatic changes needed in farming practices to keep pace with climate change

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Green algae invasion, Brittany, France. Excess levels of nitrates from agricultural sources can damage freshwaters and the marine environment by promoting excessive growth of algae that chokes other life, a process known as eutrophication.Photo source: ©© Cristina Barroca


Researchers investigating nutrients in runoff from agricultural land warn that phosphorus losses will increase, due to climate change, unless this is mitigated by making major changes to agricultural practices…

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