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The EU is heading for a food crisis that money can’t solve

Here are some sources on the fertilizer and economic crisis caused by the Ukraine war: * Commission acts to safeguard global food security and support EU farmers and consumers * Commission approves €836 million Polish scheme to support agricultural sector … Continue reading

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Why We Can’t Grow Food on Mars

Media stories, YouTube videos, and various proposals that are merely theoretical, have suggested a colony on the planet Mars, which would grow its own food. This is not possible, in any way that would be sustainable going forward. Sustainable, in … Continue reading

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United States potash imports from Russia, not 96%

The following statement is correct: “Currently, the U.S. imports approximately 96 percent of the potash necessary for healthy crops – including 1 million short tons per year from Russia as per the Department of Interior. Together, Russia and Belarus control … Continue reading

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If There Is Life on Other Planets, Can We Eat It?

Planet colonization is exceedingly difficult. And even if all the obstacles and problems could be solved, a colony would be highly dependent on earth and very expensive to maintain. Then planet colonization outside the solar system, lacking resupply or support … Continue reading

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Watering Crops with Ice from Greenland

The ice on Greenland is enough water to irrigate all crops worldwide (4 billion acres) every year for 577 years. The world is currently suffering from hot dry weather in many places, including a drought in the U.S. from 2020 … Continue reading

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Even a small nuclear war threatens food security

The journal “Nature Food” this month published a study titled: “Even a small nuclear war threatens food security“. The article summary states: “The soot ejected into the stratosphere spreads, changing global weather patterns. When weapons are especially high yielding, the … Continue reading

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EU Fertilizer Industry is in Sharp Decline

Read this statement from Fertilizers Europe. “A serious situation whereby global and EU urea prices have been significantly falling while EU gas costs have risen to the highest plateau of prices ever experienced in Europe has meant that the EU … Continue reading