Artificial lightning combats farm pollution

Farmer Neil Dyson is delighted with what he describes as a triple win. He told me: “It will tick lots of boxes. It will reduce our carbon footprint by cutting emissions of methane; it will help with the Clean Air Act by removing ammonia; and by locking nitrogen into the slurry it improves the quality of the slurry so it should allow us to reduce our need for artificial fertiliser”.

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