potash


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Synonyms for potash

a potassium compound often used in agriculture and industry

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A similar number are expected to go in 2018 when potash reserves run out.
The analysts forecast the global potash market to grow at a CAGR of 4.
The potash deposits found in Saskatchewan are believed to have formed over 350 million years ago as a result of the final stage of evaporative concentration of sea water in a middle Devonian sea.
Fertilizer is made up of three market segments: potash, phosphates and nitrogen-based fertilizers.
With a rising global population and less arable farmland available, potash, which helps plants develop strong roots and resist disease, has become increasingly important to help deliver better yields to meet the world''s food supply needs.
NEW YORK -- Rabobank has published a new research report on the global potash industry, looking at the dynamics of supply, demand and price, and recommending strategic choices for potash buyers and importers.
Jordan's Arab Potash Company, one of the world's largest producers of potash, said 2012 net profit fell by more than a third as costs rose, while falling global demand weighed on output.
Potash demand: Uralkali now forecasts potash consumption in 2012 in the range of 54-56mn tonnes, down from 57-58mn tonnes indicated in earlier guidance.
Perth, Australia, Jan 18, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - South Boulder Mines Limited (ASX:STB) has recently created a corporate video detailing the Colluli Potash Project in Eritrea.
THE key to attaining a successful silage crop lies in maintaining good nutrient levels, and potash and sulphur are central to achieving the desired yield.
In a separate recent transaction, Grizzly in conjunction with Pacific Canada Potash Ltd.
VANCOUVER: Western Potash, a Canadian explorer for the fertiliser, is in preliminary talks with potential investors in China to fund development of its Milestone potash project in Saskatchewan.
9 billion) bid for Potash Corp after the Canadian fertiliser group's board rejected the world's largest takeover offer this year.
Intrepid produces potash and langbeinite from its mines and production facilities in southeast New Mexico near Carlsbad, and is the largest producer of potash in the United States.