Domestic nitrogen over ?300/t

Chesher, Roger
April 2008
Farmers Weekly;4/11/2008, p21
Trade Publication
This article reports that the continued global demand for fertilisers has further boost its prices in 2008. Anyone placing a new order for nitrogen today will find that the price has tipped over the £300/tonne barrier for domestic ammonium nitrate. Those suffering in Great Britain are mainly maize growers sourcing ammonium phosphates to start their crops. British farmers must hope for world-wide investment in nitrogen plants soon, the author said.


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