Fertilizer Industry

July 2006
Chemical Business;Jul2006, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p5
Trade Publication
The article offers a look on the fertilizer industry in India. It is said that the country is the fourth largest producer of fertilizers in the world. It is stated that nitrogenous and phosphatic fertilizers are produced indigenously. Near self-sufficiency in the imports for the production of nitrogenous fertilizers has been achieved by India.


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