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Ag retailers surveyed by CropLife magazine foresee a nice fall application season for crop nutrients.
Family-owned crop nutrition provider reflects on the past and looks to the future during companywide celebration.
The new portfolio includes biological fertilizer complements, PowerCoat and BioPath, which improve nutrient use efficiency and enhance plant growth.
RhizoSorb is the only patented technology incorporated upstream into the production process for conventional phosphates.
A WVR facility will be Indiana’s only ammonia fertilizer plant, producing 500,000 metric tons of anhydrous ammonia annually.
Extreme price volatility for commodity synthetic fertilizer has placed additional pressure on growers already struggling under paper-thin margins.
Potassium tops the list as the most deficient nutrient in corn, cotton and soybeans, while boron is the nutrient to watch in wheat.
Shriram will hold a technology transfer, supply and purchase agreement to use nano liquid technology for its Indian customer base.
Ag retailers that shared their views on the upcoming spring fertilizer season believe this year will be another good one for the industry.
This expansion will allow fertilizer manufacturers, distributors, dealers, and farmers to provide a proven efficiency solution which is profitable for the entire chain.
High fertilizer prices and tight supply in 2022 didn’t crush profits after all for ag retailers. But will this continue on into 2023?
The company recently held a series of in-person events across the Midwest, highlighted by the SIMPAS system.
A recovery in consumption is possible in some regions, with fertilizer prices lowering and commodity prices at historically high levels.
The Norwegian-based supplier is relying upon its century-old knowhow to expand its bio-based products for agriculture’s modern needs.
The situation is compounded by continuing logistical and supply chain disruptions that remain unresolved.