Agro-products, including fertilizers, play a vital role in continuing the Green Revolution but may create unintended outcomes. Enhanced efficiency fertilizers and other amendments have been developed to help reduce those outcomes. However, to ensure sustainable production of adequate food supplies throughout the 21st century, the next generation of soil amendments must help restore soil health, protect water resources, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, while also increasing crop yields. Meeting these challenges requires cross-cutting research across hydroclimatic gradients to determine where, when, and how best to manage soil conditions. To tackle these knowledge gaps, partners with the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) will convene experts in near-surface hydrogeology, biogeochemistry, landscape modeling, and fertilizer science to explore opportunities for collaborative, cross-disciplinary research. Please join to help build innovative, cross-disciplinary partnerships that will address our global challenges.
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