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Fertilizer International
The magazine for the global fertilizer industry


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September/October Issue

  • The benefits of boron - Boron is a key micronutrient required by crops such as cotton, rice, sugar cane, fruit and vegetables, corn and soybeans. The agricultural importance of boron and the wide range of products on the market are described.
  • Fertilizer production from renewable energy - Major players such as Yara and OCP are ramping up investment in ‘green’ fertilizer production. Consequently, low-carbon production technologies are being proven and scaled-up in readiness for commercial deployment.
  • US fertilizer industry - We report on the state of US fertilizer production and supply. The industry – the fourth-largest nitrogen producer and second-largest phosphates producer globally – has grown in tandem with North America’s increasingly sophisticated domestic farming sector.
  • Who’s who in fertilizer handling, bagging and blending - An update on the latest in fertilizer ship loading, handling, bagging and blending, including new contracts, company news and advances in technology.
  • Phosphoric acid by-products - We review the commercialisation of fluosilicic acid, uranium and rare earth elements (REE) associated with phosphoric acid production. Nutrien is currently investing $150 million in a large-scale plant to capture fluosilicic acid at its Aurora site in North Carolina.
  • Fast-tracking the Woodsmith project - Anglo American’s ambitious large-scale Woodsmith polyhalite mining project in Northern England was targeting first production in December 2021. We report on the project’s progress as it enters a critical pre-production stage.


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The leading bi-monthly journal for the global fertilizer industry – analysing worldwide developments, as well as assessing the wider economic and political factors that impact on agricultural and fertilizer markets.

Fertilizer International is the only publication to cover the entire industry, with a special section dedicated to the phosphates and potash industries.

Both in print and online, Fertilizer International provides readers with project reports, trade analysis, production and consumption data, logistics patterns, technological developments and regular overviews of agronomic issues, making it essential reading for industry professionals worldwide.

Fertilizer International enjoys a high-calibre worldwide readership among industry decision-makers, leading sector analysts and production technology experts.
 

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And not only will you receive 6 printed issues, but also 6 digital issues to access whenever and wherever you choose plus a copy of Fertilizer Industry Directory - the buyer’s guide to products, services, plant and equipment complete with its worldwide guide to fertilizer suppliers (worth UK £250).
 

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Latest issue:
September/October 2021

  • State of the US fertilizer industry
  • Low-carbon fertilizer production
  • The benefits of boron
  • U.S. Borax expands its agricultural portfolio
  • Who's who in fertilizer handling, bagging and blending
  • Phosphoric acid co-products
  • Converting fluorosilicic acid into value-added hydrogen fluoride
  • Developing the Woodsmith mine
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6 x printed magazines
6 x online (PDF) magazines
1 x Fertilizer Industry Directory