jueves, 15 de noviembre de 2007

Agua desalinizada, buena para beber, mala para agricultura

DESALINATED WATER: GREAT TO DRINK, BAD FOR CROPS

Research finds desalinated water lacks in some key agricultural elements

MÉXICO, D.F.; November 15, 2007.- Dreams of someday watering crops with desalinated water have hit a small snag.

Farmers using drinking-quality water from the world’s largest desalination plant in Ashkelon, on Israel’s southern Mediterranean coast, have discovered that the water is lacking in some needed elements, like calcium and magnesium, and too rich in boron.

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