August 6th, 2019 1:42pm

It is estimated that around 47 million tons of phosphate fertilizer is applied to fields globally, costing growers $41 billion each year. However, research shows that 83% of growers are still concerned about phosphorus unavailability in their soils. And, current growers believe only 60% of the fertilizer applied is actually available to the crops, leaving them with a loss of 40% of their fertility investment. And, if soil conditions are challenging, those fertilizer deficiencies could be even greater. Read more

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