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Chemistry: fertilizersBelow are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 05/14/2015 > patent applications in patent subcategories.
20150128670 - Recombinant nitrogen fixing microorganism and uses thereof: A recombinant microorganism is provided herein, in particular, a recombinant microorganism of the Azotobacteraceae family. The recombinant Azotobacter microorganism is capable of fixing atmospheric nitrogen continuously in the presence of oxygen and externally fixed nitrogen sources. The present invention further provides a process for production of the recombinant microorganism and... Agent:
20150128671 - Artificial soil and method of making the same: The present invention provides as alternatives to natural soil (1) a plant growable artificial soil only by supplying water (such as tap-water), which has excellent fertilizer retainability by comprising a granulated material of fertilizer retainable fillers, and a method of making the artificial soil; (2) an artificial soil, which only... Agent: Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd.
20150128672 - Biochar compositions and methods of use thereof: The invention provides for methods, devices, and systems for pyrolyzing biomass. A pyrolysis unit can be used for the pyrolysis of biomass to form gas, liquid, and solid products. The biomass materials can be selected such that an enhanced biochar is formed after pyrolysis. The biomass can be pyrolyzed under... Agent:05/07/2015 > patent applications in patent subcategories.
20150121978 - Garbage to fertilizer conversion system: A garbage to fertilizer conversion system for converting garbage to fertilizer. The garbage to fertilizer conversion system generally includes a processing machine that separates the garbage into compostable and non-compostable materials. A magnetic separator removes ferromagnetic materials from the compostable material. An auger assembly moves and discharges the compostable material... Agent:
20150121979 - Plant nutrient solution having dissolved silica and methods of making the same: A plant nutrient having silica derived from plant material may include a silica solution. The silica of the silica solution is an agropolymer extract. The silica may be present in the plant nutrient solution in an amount lying in a range of 5 mass percent to 45 mass percent.... Agent:04/30/2015 > patent applications in patent subcategories.
20150114061 - Waste recovery, conversion, and utilization: Food waste streams may be managed efficiently with a waste-processing facility, which in some embodiments may be co-locating a food distribution facility. The waste processing facility includes a pulper fluidly connected to an input configured to receive a heterogeneous waste stream including biodegradable and non-biodegradable components, the pulper configured to... Agent:04/25/2015 > patent applications in patent subcategories.
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