Canadian junior exploration company Arianne Phosphate is moving forward with the development of its Lac à Paul phosphate project in Quebec.
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Mining Weekly reported that Belarussian Potash expects that potash market will ramp up this year and plans to raise premium prices in line with market expectations.
Bloomberg reported that Israeli and Potash producers are tapping out the Dead Sea at an alarming rate, siphoning water for their potash production, prompting calls to scale back.
After months of lackluster prices and sluggish sales, increasing farmer incomes are inciting hope for a phosphate market rebound.
MarketWatch reported the rise in the price of shares of fertilizer companies, as corn prices soar to $7.88 a bushel in light of a recent heat wave and drought in the Midwest.
CNBC reported the rise in the prices of fertilizer companies' shares due to a shrinking corn crop, indicating that fertilizers will be needed to boost the crop.
Peak phosphate is a risk to both food and biofuel production and should be on the minds of agricultural and mineral investors.
Globe and Mail reported that the fertilizer sector is influenced by seasonal factors such as grain prices.
An innovative new phosphate mining technique offers a way to revitalize phosphate production by transforming lower-grade phosphate rock into phosphoric acid.
Bloomberg reported that Belarus does not intend to sell a controlling interest in Belaruskali.