The change in the size of livestock operations has resulted in increased interest in valuing manure and using it as a crop nutrient. There can be a considerable range in the projected prices of commercial fertilizer nutrients, depending on material type, m
Farmers might part with more of their money this coming crop season to cash in on the biofuels revolution, according to a Purdue University release. With corn and soybean prices climbing higher and faster than agricultural input prices, producers likely wi
A study of the world's 60 leading fertilizer producers published by Integer Research has revealed they have combined fertilizer revenues of $43 billion (U.S.) in 2004, and more than $50 billion in 2005.