Over-fertilization diminishes the biodiversity of global grasslands https://news.mongabay.com
At first glance, grasslands may look like monotonous stretches of green or gold. But closer inspection reveals a bounty of diverse grasses, clovers and wildflowers coexisting within small areas. These rich ecosystems cover nearly one-third of Earth’s land surface and provide food and fuel to humans and animals alike. However, they face increasing pollution from agricultural fertilizer and industrial smog—sources of excess nutrients, the elements that plants use to grow.
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