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We continue our series of 8 articles based on fertilising crops to improve human health. These have all been taken from a joint publication by the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) and the International Fertiliser Industry Association (IFA). In No.6 of the series the discussion of Plant Nutrition and Health Risks Associated with Plant Diseases is further discussed. The benefits of efficient crop production include lower prices, reliable supplies, employment opportunities, environmental improvements and higher nutritional quality food and feed. If good plant nutrition is not maintained then great losses are sustained in protein, vitamin and mineral composition. Read more here.