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Answering the Call: Second-Hand Plants Facilitate Burgeoning Fertilizer Industry

Answering the Call: Second-Hand Plants Facilitate Burgeoning Fertilizer Industry

As world population continues to grow, so does the demand for food.  Over the long term, fertilizer producers are expected to see an increase in demand as adequate soil fertilizer is key to crop yield.  Companies in this space, like CF Industries and Potash Corp., should feel positive market effects from the demand, but plant, facility, and equipment investments must be maintained, purchased or upgraded to facilitate the increased production.

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