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Credit: BBC Broadcast Archive
Clip #: 002-75-07SD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive

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Transmission date: January 02, 1975
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Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 002-75-07
Clip length: 00:03:49:00

Scientists from Agricultural Research Cncl at Sussex Univ. have... Stock Footage Video1970-1979,Archival,BBC Archives,Bacterium,Food,Human Interest,Nitrogen,Scientist,SussexPhotographer Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive Scientists from Agricultural Research Cncl at Sussex Univ. have discovered how to reproduce the way in which bacteria take nitrogen gas & convert it into food for plants. This could end the world shortage of artificial nitrogen fertiliser.<br>Guid: ANB8905R<br>Story Number: 002/75/07
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