Lithium Australia received battery fertilized harvest

Lithium Australia got the harvest from its test field, where soils were fertilized by the mix of monoammonium phosphate with metal dust (containing manganese and zinc) from crushed alkaline batteries. Now the company’s specialists will analyze the efficiency of such agrochemicals.

According to Lithium Australia’s report, the Australian market has enough mineral fertilizers that dissolve fairly quickly in the soil. The company wants to offer agrochemicals that slowly release plant nutrients.

Lithium Australia implements projects to explore rare earth metals, tin and lithium in Canada, Germany and Australia. Lithium is used for the manufacture of car batteries and batteries for household appliances. Their storage in landfills may seriously harm the environment.

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