Chesher, Roger
September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/1/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 9, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports on the condition of the fertilizer industry in Great Britain. It says that fertilizer manufacturers are taking advantage of relatively low production costs by selling reasonable volumes at reasonable prices. An increase in the prices of fertilizer will take place if gas prices will increase.


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