Fertilizers & Pesticides

Nitrogen fertiliser has been a major factor when it comes to increasing the yields of modern agriculture. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Fertiliser can have a significant carbon impact, and Engineer Shawn Rana is here to review its impact

Data provided at the last International Conference of the Nitrogen Initiative indicates that global nitrogen fertiliser consumption increased by 33% between 2000 and 2013. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Between the 1960s and the present day, the use of nitrogen fertiliser for growing wheat crops has increased ten times globally

Due to lockdown, farmers faced difficulties in transportation of the shipment of the goods. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

The need for fertilisation is increasing globally due to the rising global population

SOURCE gives growers a tool to reduce nitrogen fertiliser application without impacting yield. (Image source: Sound Agriculture)

Sound Agriculture’s flagship product, SOURCE, provides a new option for growers looking to support positive environmental practices and maintain or boost yield

This new agreement will play an important role in boosting crop output and contributing to stable food supplies in the country. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Ma’aden, one of the fastest-growing global mining companies and multi-commodity mining and metals company in the Middle East, has signed an agreement to supply phosphate fertiliser to the Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation (BADC) for the year 2021

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