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In tests comparing urine, synthetic fertilizer, and no-fertilizer controls, they’ve found no difference in yields from hay fields fertilized with pee and conventional fertilizer.
I worry about the thousands of species dying off, and the millions of humans whose lives will be upended by changing weather patterns, lower crop yields, and political shifts.
The recent rotation, which saw bond yields rising and value outperforming along with EM, could be halted for now.
There’ll be yield when there’s yield, and if there’s not much, there’s not much.
The value of bonds is falling because yields keep rising on higher inflation expectations.
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It’s even higher than the yield on a 30-year Treasury bond, something that you rarely see.
Companies can do tasks like predicting the weather or optimizing crop yields by collecting and analyzing satellite data.
When the dividend resumes in cash, I believe the stock will trade at a yield of less than 5%, which means that the stock should appreciate roughly 30%, from its current $38 to around $50 a share.
In the 1940s, agronomist Norman Borlaug was tasked by the US government with improving the yield of wheat plants in Mexico.
Even a simple hydroponics system can double the yield of conventional farming, he says—“and if we were to fully optimize everything and scale up, making use of every single piece of land, then we could add more multipliers to that.”