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The University of Michigan applied a $3 million Natural Science Foundation grant to build a urine-based mostly fertilizer that has since been used to peony plants at the school’s Nichols Arboretum, with researchers reporting that the fertilizer lessened greenhouse gas emissions, in accordance to ABC 13.
“We have employed the time period, ‘pee on the peonies,'” UMich Environmental Engineer Nancy Adore stated. “And then it grabs people’s interest, and then we can communicate to them about nutrient flows and nutrient performance in our communities and how to be extra sustainable.”
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Some people today assumed it was Ok to “drop their drawers” and urinate on the bouquets. As a consequence, the university will use the expression “pee for the peonies” rather.
The Nichols Arboretum’s peony yard has around 800 peonies and up to 10,000 bouquets at peak bloom.
The College of Michigan has not responded to the Washington Examiner’s ask for for comment.