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Fall Fertilization: What's That Fishy Smell?

Why Fertilize in Fall?

Late September through early October is a great time to fertilize your trees and shrubs because a good dose of nutrients will help them stay nourished, protect against diseases and support root development throughout the dormant months of winter.   320 more words

Edo Fertilizer Company Comes Alive 14-yrs After Commissioning

Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State is blazing a trail with resuscitation of moribund and dead government-owned industries in the state, starting with Edo State Fertilizer and Chemical Company. 1,431 more words

Societal Happenings

2017-18 Wheat, Nitrogen Outlook

Its that time of year and I wanted to share my thoughts on nitrogen (N) management in the up and coming winter wheat crop. This season is already shaping up to present certain challenges and opportunities. 915 more words


World-Changing Technology Enables Crops to Take Nitrogen From the Air

From University of Nottingham(2013) – Re-Blogged From Science Daily

A major new technology has been developed by The University of Nottingham, which enables all of the world’s crops to take nitrogen from the air rather than expensive and environmentally damaging fertilisers. 768 more words


Planting Your Garden

It is time to start planting your garden so get ready to be dirty and do some manual labor! Don’t worry, in the end your garden will be full of beautiful shades of green. 536 more words

Nitrogen Nutrients Market Growth Outlook With Industry Review and Forecasts by 2024

Global Nitrogen Nutrients Market size is likely to witness a prominent CAGR in the forecast period. Nitrogen nutrients are essential micronutrients required for plant growth. It is usually available in soil, for which it is also called as soil nutrients. 795 more words

Agrium, PotashCorp receive approval for merger from competition bureau

PotashCorp (TSX:POT) and Agrium (TSX:AGU) said they have secured Canadian Competition Bureau approval for their friendly merger.

The bureau says on its website it has issued a no-action letter to the parties after finding that the transaction would not lead to a substantial lessening or prevention of competition in Canada for products sold by both companies, including potash fertilizer, dry or liquid phosphate fertilizer and nitric acid. 70 more words