According to Reuters, maize production in Zambia could drop by approximately 50% in the 2017/2018 crop season if the current dry spell continues into February.
China’s National Development & Reform Commission has asked local governments and companies to help ensure both stable prices and supplies of fertilizer for upcoming spring planting.
According to Reuters, the Asian Development Bank has approved a third loan to help improve the air quality in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region of China.
Black & Veatch has announced that it helped guide a Koch Industries subsidiary to an award-winning water treatment project at the Koch Fertilizer plant in Enid, Oklahoma, US.
Siwertell has announced that it has secured a contract for an ST 490-M ship unloader from leading Norwegian mineral fertilizer producer, Yara International.
Gensource Potash Corp. has announced that its underlying technology provider, Innovare Technologies Ltd, has received confirmation of US Patent.
Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. has released a statement claiming that its subsidiary Stamicarbon has acquired a 20% stake in Pursell Agri-Tech LLC.
Mosaic Co. has released a statement providing an update on its third quarter business performance in connection with Hurricane Irma.
Mosaic Co. has released a statement addressing the impact of Hurricane Irma. The company’s team in Central Florida is currently assessing its impact on the company’s people and assets.
Bayer has announced that it will join Ginkgo Bioworks to create a new company focused on the plant microbiome.
TFI has called on the US Congress to ensure that US farmers have the information they need to continue an upward trajectory of efficiency.
The International Fertilizer Association has confirmed its participation in the United Nations High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development 2017.
The Group’s environmental policy covers air and water protection, and reduction of production waste impact on the environment.
Western Potash Corp. has received environmental assessment approval for the Milestone Phase I project from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment.