Effects of cyanobacterial fertilizer, commonly-used organic fertilizers, and plant growth regulators on yield and growth characteristics of carrots (Daucus carota var. sativus), cucumbers (Cucumis sativus), and bell peppers (Capsicum annuum)
Nitrogen (N) is arguably the most important agricultural nutrient. More money and resources are spent on N management in agricultural systems than any other nutrient. Producing N fertilizer for agricultural use accounts for more than half of the carbon footprint of crop production. Nitrogen plays a crucial role in plant growth, and adding N fertilizers to agricultural systems can lead to noticeable increases in productivity. Nitrogen fertilizers commonly used in organic production are often energy intensive to produce and expensive to transport. Cyanobacteria fertilizer (cyano-fertilizer) produced ...
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