Nanoparticle Pollution Affects Crop Growth


Metallic nanoparticles are key ingredients in products such as sunscreen, cosmetics, diesel fuel, as well as odor-eating socks. This in turn causes them to end up in the soil, with somewhat troubling consequences.

Read more @ SciTechDaily

Author: range

I'm mathematician/IT strategist/blogger from Canada living in Taipei.

2 thoughts on “Nanoparticle Pollution Affects Crop Growth”

  1. It produces pollution and even it struck the way for the ground water now a days. The polluted things are always harm to soil and nature. We should re think about use of plastic in day to day activities. Otherwise, the governments through out the World or the UN should take some responsible actions to stop this. If we continue for next 50 years or so. Their should be no food to anybody.

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