The project Circular Agronomics aims to find new practical ways to promote the sustainable circular management of nutrients and carbon throughout the whole agri-food chain.
A good management of carbon (C), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) is crucial to maintain a fertile and healthy soil and allow adequate plant growth and development. Currently, half of the N and P applied annually to croplands in the EU is derived from non-renewable sources such as phosphate rock or is produced by processes which consume large amounts of fossil fuels like natural gas.
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