Fertiliser prices to stay high

No let up in high fertiliser prices can be expected this year or next, as growers around the world compete for depleted supplies.

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Fertiliser prices to stay high

No let up in high fertiliser prices can be expected this year or next, as growers around the world compete for depleted supplies. At a time when cereal growers are looking to plant more grain to meet...

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