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Fertilizer International
The magazine for the global fertilizer industry


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September/October Issue

Additional distribution at:

  • TFI World Conference - Dallas, Texas
  • Argus Fertilizer Europe Conference - Madrid, Spain

Copies of the September/October issue will be distributed to all attendees.


Advertisement Space Closing Date: 26th August


Promote your company and its products and services in the September/October issue, with its bonus distribution:

  • Enhancing fertilizer efficiency 
    Producing efficient fertilizers that deliver nutrients directly to crops in exactly the right amounts has clear economic and environmental benefits. Recent advances in controlled-release and stabilised fertilizer technology are highlighted.
  • Wastewater treatment technologies
    The effective and efficient management of wastewaters is a vital task that is being aided by the introduction of new treatment technologies. The recovery of economically valuable nutrients from wastewaters is another priority...
  • Magnesium & calcium: secondary nutrients of prime importance
    The drive for ever higher crop yields is shifting the focus onto secondary nutrients. As well as being necessary for balanced fertilization, nutrients such as calcium also increase disease resistance and can improve the storage properties and shelf life of farm produce.
  • Europe’s NPK producers
    Leading EU NPK fertilizer producers are profiled, including Fertiberia, Grupa Azoty, ICL, Prayon and Yara.
  • Water-soluble fertilizer producers and products
    Applying fertilizers in soluble form offers several clear-cut efficiency gains for commercial growers – whether in terms of input costs, nutrient use efficiency, labour, time, or energy. We identify leading producers and highlight recent product innovations.
  • Australian SOP projects 
    Australia is capitalising on its abundant sulphate of potash (SOP) resources and is on the brink of emerging as a commercial SOP producing and exporting country. We provide an update on leading projects.

To promote your company and its products and services in the September/October issue of Fertilizer International in print and online, please email Tina Firman.


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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).
 

Media Prospectus & Editorial Programme

For Advertising Enquiries, please contact:

Tina Firman - tina.firman@bcinsight.com

For Editorial Enquiries, please contact:

Simon Inglethorpe, Editor simon.inglethorpe@bcinsight.com

Latest issue:
July/August 2022

  • Fertilizer futures and price risk management
  • Iodine: the newly recognised plant nutrient
  • Innovation showcase
  • Levity Crop Science: growing more with less
  • Sulphur forming technologies
  • Fertilizer plant revamping: technology & projects
  • Resource efficient phosphate production
  • Phosphorus recovery and the future of fertilizers
  • Cooling water facilities at phosphoric acid plants
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