Fertiliser in UK Law
...Africa's natural endowment in arable land and water are well known. However, several decades of underinvestment, poor market linkages and weak infrastructure mean that with a few exceptions, most of the continent produces cereal yields well below the......
Tanzania tries new fertiliser.
...pr Farmers in Arusha, Tanzania, are to use a new technology--Bio-Agtive Emissions Technology--that will turns harmful farming machinery fumes into soil fertiliser. The tractor exhaust emissions are cooled, then the condensed gas is injected into th......
- NEW ENTRY AND THE COMPETITIVE PROCESS IN THE U. K. FERTILISER INDUSTRY1
Russia fertiliser for Kenya.
...Russia has committed to provide Kenya with fertiliser at reasonable prices. Kenya needs 500,000 tonnes a year. Russia is among the worlds topmost exporters. ......
Pakistan to set up fertiliser company.
...Pakistan's Fauji Fertiliser Co has formed a consortium with foreign companies to invest at least $1.25bn to set up a fertiliser plant in an African country, yet to be disclosed, to start building in 18 to 24 months. ......
A fertiliser factory in your backyard? Biomax Technologies.
...The world of business is replete with stories of very unlikely beginnings leading to fame and fortune but few can match the tale of Mr Sim Eng Tong, his bacteria and his digester. He had invited me to meet him and his associates, since he speaks li......
SAFCO enters loan agreement to build new fertiliser plant in Al Jubail.
...The Saudi Arabian Fertilizer Co. (SAFCO) has entered into a loan agreement with a consortium of local and Gulf banks to the tune of SR1.24bn ($330m) for the construction of its fourth fertiliser plant in Al Jubail Industrial City. ......
When money grows on trees: once viewed as worthless, the humble croton nut of East Africa has proven to be a valuable source of biofuel, fertiliser and even chicken feed.
...The nuts from the croton trees used to fade back into the earth in northern Kenya, while their branches were the favoured firewood for small farming communities. But when people learned that a company was paying for croton nuts, they took to the fore......
Fertiliser success stuns western donors: fed up with having to beg for food aid, Malawi's president Mutharika defied donor conditionalities and provided the country's struggling farmers with subsidised fertilisers. the result was stunning. Malawi changed overnight from a food aid importer to an exporter.
...Over the last two decades the World Bank and donor countries have been pressing Malawi to adhere to free market policies even though both the US and EU continue to subsidise their agricultural sectors. USAid, for example, has urged promotion of the r......
Where has all the food gone? Malawi, which has been a champion Africa, food producer since the government began its fertiliser subsidy programme several years ago, seems to have lust its Iustre and is facing food shortage. Why has this happened? Lameck Masina provides the answers.
...FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SEVeral years, Malawi, has lost its hard-earned reputation as a producer of enough maize for its people to eat as well as providing exporting its surplus to neighbouring countries. This is largely attributed to drought which h......
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