On Wednesday, Politico published an article detailing the estimated cost of buying the latest crop of algae and other plant life in the United States.
The cost of algae-based fertilizers is expected to surpass $100 billion in 2019, with the total amount of the algae crop expected to be around $5 billion.
According to the report, the algae fertilizers are expected to increase agricultural productivity, which in turn will help feed an ever-growing population.
The report cited a 2015 study that found that algae production and production in the U.S. can reduce the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere by about 40 percent.
This is a large impact on global climate change, as algae production increases the CO2 emissions in the atmosphere.
As part of its research, the EPA created a new program called “Agricultural Algae in a Changing Climate,” which aims to produce algae from water and soil in the future.
EPA is now planning to start producing algae at water treatment plants, as well as plant nurseries and other facilities, in the coming years.
As a result, algae is expected soon to replace nitrogen-fixing fertilizers as the main source of fertilizers for agriculture, and it will play a significant role in the supply chain for the food supply.
As the EPA works to reduce nitrogen pollution in the food system, the number of algae fertilizing plants is expected have grown.