Quick Dick McDick talks fertilizer, and its relationship to emissions and oil and gas. YouTube

Before you start thinking this is just an agriculture issue, it’s not. Most nitrogen fertilizer is derived from natural gas, which is precisely why, when natural gas prices spiked in Europe with the Ukraine War, it became too expensive for many to make or buy nitrogen fertilizer there. The ramifications are huge.

And Quick Dick McDick talks in great detail about how the federal government wants to reduce nitrogen fertilizer usage by farmers.

Quick Dick also takes on the clean fuel standard, which is essentially a second carbon tax. That’s the requirement to use more biofuels in gasoline and diesel, which is grown on farmland, but with the reduction in nitrogren, would mean even more land would be needed.

Oh, and you’ve got to see his usage of five gallon pails and a red solo cup to explain Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions.

 

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