When people in ag think about fertilizer, nitrogen -- or N -- is usually the first thing that comes to mind, whether thinking about yields, costs, or environmental impacts. But phosphorus is another concerning element of the crop nutrient mix, due to the declining minable supplies, and the fact that those supplies are almost exclusively located in Morocco and China.
But natural deposits aren’t the only source of phosphorus on Earth: livestock manure also contains meaningful quantities of the valuable mineral. The challenge is in transforming a complex, liquid, and highly concentrated waste product into the fertility input that most farmers are familiar with.
Luckily, Jordan Phasey, CEO and Founder at Phinite, is up for that challenge. In this episode, Jordan speaks about:
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