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Urine proves fertile ground for students

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Quite often we see men urinating openly in dark corners, giving natural fertiliser to the bushes and trees alongside streets. 

Cardboard cut-outs are used to dramatise the benefits of the award-winning men’s urinal equipped with a fertiliser producer, developed by students at KMUTT.

So if urine can be used to grow crops, why not pee in gardens instead of disposing of it elsewhere?

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