Posted November 03, 2018 09:53:29 The world’s largest producers of organic cucumber are looking for ways to save on their costs and pollution.
The cucumber industry is one of the world’s fastest growing.
It accounts for around a fifth of the greenhouse gas emissions, according to the World Bank.
So, what are they doing to keep the cost down and avoid pollution?
“We need to have a new generation of cucumbers in our crops,” said Tom Bouchard, head of organic fertilizers at the world famous French producer Cucumber-Tropic Farms.
Cucumber farmers like Bouchards use natural gas to make fertilizer and water, and they have a natural method of controlling the pests that eat the crops. “
We’re trying to make it more affordable and better to grow.”
Cucumber farmers like Bouchards use natural gas to make fertilizer and water, and they have a natural method of controlling the pests that eat the crops.
“We have to get rid of pests in the soil and we have to keep them away from the plants,” Boucharde said.
“In a natural process, the insects don’t come in and bite the plants.”
“We try to make our plants as tough as possible, but that doesn’t mean that we have not been using pesticides,” Bouches said.
Cucumbers, he said, are the fastest growing crop in the world.
Caught in the crossfire of two very different food systems, farmers are looking to natural gas for the same benefits as organic fertilisers.
“The price of gas has gone up by 25 per cent in the last few years, but organic fertilisation is cheaper than chemical fertilisation,” said Bouchas farm manager, Pierre Legrand.
Mr Bouchades organic fertiliser, made from natural gas, uses a special gas catalyst that releases carbon dioxide gas instead of water.
“When you apply the catalyst to the gas, the gas reacts with the oxygen in the air to make carbon dioxide,” said Legrand, who works for Cucumbar.
Mr Legrand said that organic fertilising is cheaper because natural gas is not toxic to the plants. “
Cucumbers are very sensitive to water quality and it’s important that we make sure the water is very clean.”
Mr Legrand said that organic fertilising is cheaper because natural gas is not toxic to the plants.
He said that the gas was used to increase the yield by about 40 per cent, but added that natural gas would not be a long-term solution to the pollution problem.
Cucumis fertiliser made from gas also uses a different catalyst.
“When you use a catalyst that’s not natural gas it will not work.
You have to use a natural catalyst,” said Mr Legrand of Cucumisfen.
Mr LeGrand said that some of the gas would have to be extracted from underground to be used.
The gas is then heated to a high temperature to convert the water into a more efficient form of fertilizer.
The gas is used in fertilisers for other crops as well.
Bouchard’s Cucuric fertilizer uses natural gas as the catalyst and a catalyst-free catalyst.
It uses a gas catalyst in the natural gas.
The natural gas converts the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to oxygen, which makes it more efficient.
Maine is one state that has been looking at using natural sources of energy for some time.
Maine’s governor, John Baldacci, said in October that he was in talks with the Canadian province of Quebec to consider a carbon offsetting scheme that would help reduce carbon emissions.
“I think we have a good chance to be one of them in terms of a carbon-neutral economy,” Baldacci said.
Last month, Bouches organic fertilizer and fertilizer supplier, Cupreigns, announced plans to use natural gases to make fertiliser in the state.
Cups organic fertilization is the third-largest supplier to the world, behind Bouchs and Cecil.
Bouchas organic fertilizer uses a natural gas catalyst.
The company has plans to start commercial production by 2019 and is hoping to reduce the carbon footprint of its products by 20 per cent.
A natural gas fertilizer made from a natural source of energy.
In the US, organic fertilizing is cheaper, but a recent study found that about a quarter of the emissions come from human activities.
Environmentalists are calling for the use of natural gas in agriculture and the environment.
A natural-gas fertiliser would be cheaper than chemicals that use fertilisers made from fossil fuels, such as coal.
Scientists say the CO2 emissions from the manufacture of fertilizer would be about one-third of the CO 2 emissions from burning fossil fuels.