How thousands of tonnes of microplastics are being spread to soils

Farmers have been applying sewage sludge – the solid matter left when wastewater is treated – to their land for years. The ‘recycled’ fertiliser supplies a large chunk of the nitrogen or phosphorus that most crops need, as well as other nutrients to help improve soil health. Reliance on manufactured fertilisers is also reduced.

by David Burrows

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