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May/June 2024 Issue

  • Fertilizer financial scorecard – earnings decline as market normalises - We compare and contrast the 2023 financial performance of selected major fertilizer producers following the publication of fourth quarter results.
     
  • Is sulphur nutrient supply meeting crop demand? - In this insight article, CRU’s Peter Harrisson looks at what’s driving sulphur deficiency and whether there’s a gap in the market for sulphur fertilizers.
     
  • The recovery of valuable sulphur fertilizers from wastewater and biogas - Fertipaq manufactures an innovative liquid suspension fertilizer from recovered sulphur. This organic product is an ideal nutrient source for crops with a high sulphur requirement.
     
  • RNZ – Innovations for sustainable agriculture - RNZ Group is positioning itself as the most innovative and sustainable fertilizer producer in the UAE. In partnership with Shell, the company manufactures sulphur-enhanced fertilizers using Thiogro technology.
     
  • Enhanced efficiency fertilizers for advanced nitrogen management - Dr Karl Wyant, Nutrien’s Director of Agronomy, examines the valuable role enhanced efficiency fertilizers (EEFs) can play in improving nitrogen use efficiency.
     
  • Boosting UAN efficiency with inhibitors - Urease and nitrification inhibitors are cost efficient and easy to implement solutions for improving the nitrogen use efficiency of urea ammonium nitrate. Thomas Profitt, Syensqo’s Global Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer Manager, highlights their benefits.
     
  • One-stop shop for green fertilizer technologies - Stamicarbon’s Carmen Perez, Rolf Postma and Nikolay Ketov outline the company’s innovative and integrated approach to green fertilizer production.
     
  • Polyhalite: a future facing fertilizer for a changing world - Fertilizers, while fundamental for food production, also have to be low emissions, environmentally-friendly and support healthy soils. In this article, Dr Alexander Schmitt, Chief Marketing Officer, Anglo American Crop Nutrients, explains how polyhalite meets all three of these criteria.
     
  • Phosphoric acid plants – engineering by experience - How does an engineering company complete the basic and detailed engineering for a phosphoric acid plant – and design the off-site sections and utilities? Jan Tytgat, De Smet Agro’s Process Engineering Manager, provides some answers.
     
  • KBR’s proprietary phosphoric acid purification technology - Christopher Heikkilä, KBR’s Business Development Manager, looks at the challenges associated with removing impurities from phosphoric acid.
     

  • Plus our conference review of CRU Phosphates 2024 in Warsaw, Poland, our regular market insight and industry news... all in the May/June issue of Fertilizer International - LOGIN NOW


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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.

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Latest issue:
May/June 2024

  • Fertilizer financial scorecard – earnings decline as market normalises
  • Is sulphur nutrient supply meeting crop demand?
  • The recovery of valuable sulphur fertilizers from wastewater and biogas
  • RNZ – Innovations for sustainable agriculture
  • Enhanced efficiency fertilizers for advanced nitrogen management
  • Boosting UAN efficiency with inhibitors
  • One-stop shop for green fertilizer technologies
  • Polyhalite: a future facing fertilizer for a changing world
  • Phosphoric acid plants – engineering by experience
  • KBR's proprietary phosphoric acid purification technology
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