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Fertilizer Global Market Briefing

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Fertilizer Global Market Briefing Released By The Business Research Company


Fertilizer Global Market Briefing provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Fertilizer Services sector.

A fertilizer is any material of natural or synthetic origin that is applied to soils or to plants to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants.

The fertilizer industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in nitrogenous fertilizer manufacturing, phosphatic fertilizer manufacturing and fertilizer manufacturing.            

The largest segments in the fertilizers market as of 2015 were nitrogen and phosphates. Other types of fertilizer together accounted for xx% of the market.

Shift To Organic Fertilizers – Many farmers across the world are shifting from chemical fertilizers to organic fertilizers. Organic fertilizers are carbon-based compounds that increase the productivity and growth quality of plants. Using organic fertilizers helps ensure food produced from these fertilizers is non-toxic, safe and environment friendly and also ensures farms remain fertile for longer periods. Organic fertilizers play an important role in practising sustainable organic farming by the farming community

Fertilizers From Sewage and Manure – Phosphorus is being recovered from sewage, manure and other sources and made available as a fertilizer. Since phosphorus is a finite source, companies are looking for ways to recycle or recapture phosphorus to use in agriculture. Plants’ available phosphorus content is increased through anaerobic digestion and composting and in sludge from sewage through acid treatment and oxidising. According to research conducted by the Luke Research Agency, Finland, manure and sludge when treated appropriately can provide more phosphorus than traditional inorganic fertilizers ....


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