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Nano Urea: How a young Indian scientist offered his invention worth millions of dollars to farmers for free

TR Vivek | Updated on July 31, 2021

India's largest fertilizer co-operative IFFCO has begun the mass production of nano urea invented by a 33-year-old Indian scientist Ramesh Raliya.  In this episode of Field Notes, Raliya tells TR Vivek how the nano urea could save India billions of dollars and protect its ecology, and why he offered Indian farmers his lucrative invention for free. 

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Published on July 30, 2021

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