“Latin America Phosphatic Fertilizer Market, by Type (DAP, MAP, Super Phosphate, others), by Application (Grains & Oilseeds, Fruits & Vegetables, Rest (Crops)) and by Country- Trends and Forecast upto 2019” Offered by RnRMarketResearch.com
The Latin American Phosphatic Fertilizers Market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 1.9%from 2013 to 2018. The market was dominated by Brazil, and is estimated to capture a market share of 76.0%by 2018.The increased use of bio-fuels has encouraged farmers to increase their farm produce for crops like sugarcane, which is used for obtaining ethanol. This has resulted in the rise in the demand for fertilizers. The favorable environmental conditions and abundant agriculturall and has led to a considerable increase in the demand for agricultural fertilizers in the Latin American market.
Phosphatic fertilizers are essential for plants that lack the adequate levels of phosphorus, which is indicated by graying of leaves and stunted plant growth. Phosphorus is essential nutrient for plant growth, as it helps in photosynthesis and cell division, in addition to enhancing the ability of plants to use sugars & starches. Commercial phosphatic fertilizers are manufactured from rock salt and are classified into four basic types, rock phosphates, superphosphates, ammonium phosphates or polyphosphates. Phosphatic fertilizers are usually used for plants that are phosphorous deficient or have lost the ability to utilize the phosphorus available to them, due to varying pH levels in the soil.
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Segmentation of the Phosphatic Fertilizers market is doneon the basis of type, application, and country. On the basis of type the market is further classified as diammonium phosphate, monoammonium phosphate and super phosphate.Superphosphate fertilizeris the most widely used phosphatic fertilizer in the Latin American phosphatic fertilizers market. Key competitors in the Latin American phosphatic fertilizers market are PhosAgro (Russia),The Mosaic Company Inc. (U.S.), and Yara International ASA (Norway), among others.
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Table of Content
2 Market Overview
3 Research Methodology
4 Phosphatic Fertilizers-Latin America, By Applications
5 Phosphatic Fertilizers-Latin America, By Types
6 Market Overview
7 Phosphatic Fertilizers-Latin America, By Geographies
8 Phosphatic Fertilizers-Latin America, By Companies
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