Harris, Robert
June 2008
Farmers Weekly;6/13/2008, p59
Trade Publication
The article reports that National Farmers Union (NFU) president Peter Kendall has pledged to ensure that fertilizer prices in Great Britain will remain in line with those of Europe. Accordingly, Kendall was responding to concerns across the British fertilizer industry which now had only a single manufacturer following the merger between Terra and Kemira into GrowHow in 2007. Furthermore, the NFU president stresses the need for the industry to communicate about how the global fertilizer market is changing.


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