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Challenges and opportunities for the fertilizer industry

, : Challenges and opportunities for the fertilizer industry. Agriculture and the nitrogen cycle: assessing the impacts of fertilizer use on food production and the environment: 233-243

Nitrogen fertilizers can be classified into four groups depending on their chemical form: ammonium fertilizers, nitrate fertilizers, combined ammonium and nitrate fertilizers, and amide fertilizers. In addition, two other fertilizers, multinutrient (diammonium phosphate and monoammonium phosphate) and controlled-release, are described. The trends in global demand and consumption of N fertilizers before World War II up to 2001/2002 are presented.


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