Dan Riskin on how human urine could help us grow our food 1

Dan Riskin on how human urine could help us grow our food

 

We let the key ingredients of the fertilizer we use to grow our crops go right down the toilet. Dan Riskin reports on an untapped resource.

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25 comments

    1. Yes we cultured city lads have been feeding the lonely rural lasses, for eons, every time we come down there, but it’s not urine.

  1. Want a real mindf**k? Almost all the water on earth passed through a kidney of some sort at some point in time.

  2. اخي يامن تقرا كلامي هاذا اني أختكم  من اليمن , أبي متوفي من  3سنة بسبب الحرب وعندي 4أخوات وحالنا يعلم الله فيه واني متكفلة فيهم , واني الان قمت بعمل قنات وربما أربح  لكن ينقصني الكثير من المش تركين اللهم اني اسالك باسمك الاعضم ان ترزق صاحب اليد التي تضغط اش تراك فرحه ويحقق لك كل امانيك

    واتمنى ما تسخروا مني , وأعرف إن هذه الطريقه غلط لكنها الطريقه الوحيده اللي اقدر من خلالها اعيش اخوني الايتام 

  3. Disgusting, but the urine could help to survive, if you can’t find water. Bear Grylls also drinking urine.

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