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fertile

adjective arable, bearing offspring freely, fecund, fecundus, feracious, fertilis, flowering, fructiferous, fructuous, fruitful, imaginative, ingenious, lush, luxuriant, original, originative, parturient, philoprogenitive, procreant, procreative, productive, progenerative, prolific, rank, rich, yielding
Associated concepts: fertile octogenarian rule, presumption of fertility
See also: beneficial, gainful, lucrative, original, productive, prolific, resourceful
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He said the changes in supply and sales of fertilizer was remarkable.
According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, "Fertilizer Additives Market by Type, Application, and Form: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2017-2023"the fertilizer additives market was valued at $3,170 million in 2016, and is projected to reach $3,741 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 2.3% from 2017 to 2023.
iii.) Regular Weekly Video Conference is conducted jointly by Department of Agriculture & Cooperation and Farmers Welfare (DAC&FW), Department of Fertilizers (DoF), and Ministry of Railways with State Agriculture Officials and corrective actions are taken to dispatch fertilizer as indicated by the State Governments.
Nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium and Sulphate of potash fertilizers.
Local fertilizer output last year fell slightly to 312,892 metric tons, from 313,773 MT recorded in 2016.
3) FatimaFert, Sheikhupura (previously known as DH Fertilizer)
He gave these directions while chairing a meeting in Islamabad to review the fertilizer stock position in the country in view of the forthcoming cropping season.
Abraaj, which has been investing in Africa for the past two decades, will use its expertise and networks to support Indorama Fertilizer's market penetration and future expansion plans, as well as help ensure best-in-class corporate governance.
Misr Fertilizers Production Company (MOPCO) exports amounted about EGP 99.1m by the end of August, while exports from the Suez Company for Fertilizer Production (SCFP) reached approximately EGP 97.9m, and exports from the Egyptian Chemical Industries Company (KIMA) amounted to EGP 91.2m.
Urea is widely used fertilizer due to its high nitrogen content (about 46.6%).
The key participants in the global water-soluble fertilizers market are Agrium (Canada), Israel Chemical (Israel), Iowa Fertilizer (Egypt), Qatar Fertilizer (Qatar), Yara International (Norway), and Sinochem Fertilizer Co.
"The GCC is a powerhouse in global fertilizer trade," said Hebebrand.