A plant that can produce fertile fruits and flowers is in short supply in many places around the world.
But now a new breed of fertilizer designed to help farmers produce more food at the same time may be gaining ground.
In a new report published by the University of North Carolina, researchers describe how to make the fertilizer that’s needed to make tomatoes and other fruits more productive.
Researchers found that the combination of two chemicals in the fertilizer significantly increased yields of tomato and other fruit trees and increased the amount of nitrogen in the soil.
The fertilizer also boosted the production of nutrients in the surrounding soil, which can lead to better crop yields.
The new report, “Synthetic Fertilizer: A New Paradigm for Nutrient Cycling in Fruit Trees,” describes how to build a synthetic fertilizer using two different chemicals that produce the desired effects on fruit production.
The researchers report their findings in the journal Applied Soil Science.
The synthetic fertilizer can also be applied to soil to increase the amount and variety of soil organic matter that can be grown and fertilized.
The chemical compounds that produce these effects include chlorophyll and the amino acid, cysteine.
The researchers developed a fertilizer made of two different chemical compounds, called phenylalanine and arginine, that are both found in tomatoes and others fruit trees.
The nitrogen-rich compound is a form of phenylthiocarbamide, which is commonly found in fertilizers that boost the production and quality of soil.
A second synthetic fertilizer, phenylpropanol, also found in some fertilizers, is produced by reacting a mixture of the two compounds.
The compounds are also found naturally in some plants, such as potatoes.
The two chemicals are used in fertilizing plants to help the plants grow.
The two compounds are added to fertilizers to improve their growth, but they are also used to increase nitrogen levels in soil and other organic matter.
The authors say the synthetic fertilizer helps farmers increase yield of fruit and flowers and improves soil fertility, which helps to improve the quality of the soil and to boost crop yields in areas where these plants are planted.
The report notes that synthetic fertilizers have been used for centuries in many countries, and the United States and Europe have seen the use of the new chemical fertilizers surge.
The report notes the United Kingdom used synthetic fertilisers in the 1950s, the U.K. has been using them since 2000 and the European Union is planning to use them in 2018.
The synthetic fertilizer could become a big new market for farmers and seed companies.
“With the right combination of these two compounds, synthetic fertilizer can offer an effective way to boost the yield and productivity of the crops that farmers use in the United Nations, including food crops, and is one of the most important ingredients to feed the world,” said lead author Dr. Paul T. Meehl, a professor of biological sciences at North Carolina.
“The potential of this technology is huge,” said co-author Mark M. Johnson, a research professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at North Carolin University.
The research is funded by the National Science Foundation.