Adding silicate rocks to farmland could restore soil, protect against pests and disease, and capture CO2, improving global food security

(Natural News) The groundbreaking results of a new British-led study suggested a simple yet profoundly effective way to improve global food supplies and cut down on carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution: Farm crops with crushed silicate rocks. An international research team headed by University of Sheffield researchers have found that the addition of crushed silicate rocks brought…

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