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Fertilizer International
The magazine for the global fertilizer industry

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January/February issue

  • The year ahead
    As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, we look ahead at fertilizer industry prospects for the next 12 months, including the key agricultural and economic drivers likely to shape the market during 2021.
  • Dust and moisture control agents
    We survey the range of fertilizer anti-caking, water repellent and anti-dusting additives currently on the market - with Arkema-ArrMaz, Holland Novachem, Chemipol, Forbon Technology, NAQ Global, Neelam Aqua & Speciality Chemicals Ltd, Fertibon Products and Kao Global Chemicals
  • Innovative phosphate production
    Prayon discusses the latest phosphate production developments and shares its experience of how innovative ideas are validated, industrialised and turned into commercially-viable technologies.
  • Phosphates project listing
    ​A round-up of new phosphate rock, phosphoric acid and finished phosphates projects worldwide. 
  • Advances in phosphate and potash flotation
    Newly-developed froth flotation reagents are improving selectivity and the grade and recovery of phosphate and potash concentrates - TAKRAF Group, FLSmidth, Eriez Flotation, Nalco Water, BASF Mining Solutions, Clariant, Arkema-ArrMaz & Allmineral.
  • Potash players endure tumultuous 202?
    Following a modest rebound in 2020, there are expectations of a meaningful recovery in the potash market this year. Rising demand and increasingly tight supply could herald a recovery in global MOP prices, with Andy Hemphill of ICIS Fertilizers.
  • Gemini surfactants: novel phosphate flotation collectors
    New anionic 'gemini' collectors for phosphate flotation from Nouryon offer distinct performance advantages over conventional fatty acid surfactants.
  • Is your fertilizer coating sustainable?
    What exactly is a sustainable fertilizer coating and how can its sustainability be properly defined and measured - Arkema-ArrMaz provides some clear-cut answers.
  • Tailor-made additives: keeping fertilizers in shape
    Preventing unwanted caking and dust formation requires tailor-made coatings, as Holland Novachem explains.
  • CRU Phosphates 2021 goes virtual!

Plus our regular market insight and industry news, all in the January/February issue of Fertilizer International, login now.


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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Latest issue:
January/February 2021

  • The year ahead: resilient but not immune
  • Dust and moisture control agents
  • Is your fertilizer coating sustainable?
  • Tailor-made additives: keeping fertilizers in shape
  • Innovations in phosphate production
  • Advances in phosphate flotation
  • Gemini surfactants: novel phosphate flotation collectors
  • Potash players endure tumultuous 2020
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