Peanut farming is not very bad for the environment. Peanuts can often grow with the help of enriched soil from a previous crop turnover. However, it also usually needs a little fertilizer, and store bought fertilizer is not ideal for the environment. However, it uses Gypsum, a mixture of hydrous calcium sulfate and calcium sulfate. This fertilizer does not change the pH in the soil, does not burn, and is not harmful to humans or animals. Peanuts can be mildly toxic and even contain a carcinogen, but these levels are monitored before production.
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