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World Fertilizer - May 2022

World Fertilizer - May 2022

The May/June issue of World Fertilizer begins with a Guest Comment from Jacob Hansen, Director General of Fertilizers Europe, considering the impact that Europe’s ‘decoupling’ from Russia could have on the domestic fertilizer industry. This issue’s Regional Report from Contributing Editor, Gordon Cope, follows a similar theme, with the article examining the potential effects of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on Europe’s fertilizer sector. The issue also contains a variety of interesting articles covering topics such as heat technology, granulation, prilling and compaction, and vibrating screens.
 
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World Fertilizer - April 2022

World Fertilizer - April 2022

The April issue of World Fertilizer begins with a regional report on North America from Contributing Editor Gordon Cope. The rest of the issue includes articles on green ammonia, blending technology, mist eliminators, HTHA monitoring and corrosion prevention.
 
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World Fertilizer - March 2022

World Fertilizer - March 2022

The March issue of World Fertilizer begins with an assessment from Argus Media of what may be in store for the urea market in 2022. The rest of the issue features articles on catalyst technology, enhanced efficiency fertilizer, process simulation for granulation plants and more.
 
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World Fertilizer - February 2022

World Fertilizer - February 2022

The January/February issue of World Fertilizer begins with an analysis of the phosphates market from ICIS. The rest of the issue is dedicated to articles on phosphate processing, urea production, bulk handling, dust control and more.
 
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