Outside analysis of Overseer results on dairy farms picks up encouraging results.
Researchers make ammonia fertiliser using lasers in breakthrough process.
But prospect could darken if Israel-Hamas conflict spreads, says Rabobank analyst.
The paddocks are regularly soil tested with the aim of getting the soil to an optimum, efficient range.
For the first half of this year, 239,832t were applied compared to 404,685t for the same period last year and 390,004 in 2021.
Ravensdown says SABIC AN’s innovative manufacturing techniques for urea production have the potential to be game-changing for the global fertiliser industry.
As global market settles, sharp price drop leaves co-op with over-valued inventory.
Range of tools available to get information in by July 31.
Such a tax would hit both food prices and farm profits, Kate Acland says.
Most fertiliser prices gradually returning to their historical averages.
‘Projected sales volumes for this financial year are looking to be significantly down’
Slated as ‘expensive avoidance option’ rather than a solution.
The cost of Urea, SustaiN and SuperN have all dropped by $150 a tonne.
Global prices and shipping costs both drop, bringing relief to producers.
With proven results, industry players should be taking ground spreader certifications more seriously, says Spreadmark testers.
However, the big question will come up in the next month to six weeks about what fertiliser demand is like in the northern hemisphere.
Ravensdown is hoping a new source of Australian phosphate rock will boost local supplies.
Ballance, Ravensdown hold on to soaring profits in face of global uncertainty
Feds seeks clarity as Government misses deadline for start of programme.
Directors elect to retain profits and strengthen balance sheets to future-proof against commodity price volatility and supply chain disruptions.
High fertiliser prices provide an opportunity to carefully consider soil fertility, nutrient needs and the calibration of spreaders,…
Ballance Agri Nutrients’ reduction in nitrogen fertiliser retail prices has ended, the co-operative announced last week. The discount…
Ravensdown chief executive Garry Diack says his greatest concern is the increased global demand for fertiliser arising due to the loss of Ukrainian crops this year.
Chatham Rock Phosphate is raising close to $2 million from a private placement of up to 10 million units for further work on two phosphate projects in French Polynesia and Queensland.
Ballance Agri-Nutrients has dropped its price of urea and its nitrogen product SustaiN by $50.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has led to another spike in global fertiliser prices, with prices expected to remain high due to sanctions and disruption caused by the conflict.
Ballance Agri Nutrients has lowered urea prices after it says it incorrectly read international market signals when it lifted fertiliser prices late last month.
High global demand and constrained supply of fertiliser has seen Ballance Agri-Nutrients lift its urea price from $1190 to $1440 a tonne.
Chatham Rock Phosphate says it will progress a prefeasibility study for the production of dicalcium phosphate (DCP), from its Korella phosphate projects in Queensland.
A global shortage of AdBlue has forced fertiliser company Ballance to increase its production to keep New Zealand’s transport and heavy machinery industries moving.
A tight global supply of superphosphate has led to Ravensdown capping its price of this fertiliser product at $367 a tonne until May 31.