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Reducing fertiliser and manure use could help prevent nitrogen pollution from farming - OECD

Nitrogen use has increased in the last century to feed a booming world population

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Reducing the over-application of fertiliser and manure could address multiple problems when it comes to nitrogen pollution from agriculture, a new report concludes.

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