A unique perspective on the global fertilizer industry Serving the industry for over 40 years, Fertilizer International provides a journal of record for the global fertilizer business. The magazine analyses developments in the world fertilizer industry worldwide, as well as assessing the wider economic and political factors that impact on agricultural and fertilizer markets. Fertilizer International’s editorial coverage includes regional, country and company profiles, interviews with industry leaders and reviews of trade, production, consumption, logistics and technology, plus overviews of agronomic issues. The Phosphates & Potash Insight section embraces the availability of resources, downstream production, commerce and the marketing of vital P and K nutrients.
Regular assessments are made of the mining and beneficiation of phosphate rock, potash production technology and processes for the production of downstream phosphoric acid, phosphate and NPK fertilizers, with an emphasis on environmental stewardship, energy savings, the use, recycling or disposal of by-products, and the maximisation of production efficiencies.
Fertilizer Week brings together 200+ global fertilizer prices assessed weekly across all nutrients and major fertilizer products in a single service, based on a robust and transparent methodology, supported by analysis and market-moving news
Monthly short-term forecasts (looking forward six months) for key urea, ammonia, NPKs, DAP, sulphur, sulphuric acid and potash benchmarks. Our short-term forecasts, formulated in cooperation with CRU’s industry-leading analysts, will help inform your buying and selling decisions in markets that are often extremely volatile
The Fertilizer Society of South Africa was established in 1959. It was restructured in 2014, when it became known as the Fertilizer Association of Southern Africa (Fertasa). The Association represents the fertilizer industry in Southern Africa, with its members producing, trading, blending and distributing fertilizer products across this region. Fertasa’s purpose is to act as the recognised and preferred body that promotes the image of the fertilizer industry by:
Promoting the integrity of its members and building preferential trust for their products and services;
Enhancing and protecting the interests of its members through effective engagement with government and organised agriculture.
African Farming and Food Processing has been providing the continent’s farmers and agribusiness with a reliable source of news and information on products, techniques and suppliers for nearly 40 years.
Each bi-monthly magazine issue contains a mix of independent editorials devoted to sustainable agricultural development, market intelligence, products, techniques and innovations across all agricultural sectors as well as coverage of all the major exhibitions and trade events.
www.africanfarming.net is updated with content on a daily basis and the monthly e-newsletter provides a digest of the top news and developments as well as a link to the current digital magazine edition.
African AgriBusiness Journal, an African agricultural focussed publication with a dynamic online platform offers insightful information on agriculture, markets and developments in the continent. The triannual publication also offers a unique opportunity for businesses to utilise their most effective mechanism for delivering messages to their target audience.