New Zealand co-op cuts fertiliser prices on weaker international rock phosphate values

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 30 May 2014

Importer of North African phosphate reports declining core ingredient costs but rising prices for magnesium sulphate and boron

New Zealand-based fertiliser co-operative Ballance Agri-Nutrients Ltd has reduced prices on most of its fertiliser products, citing softer international prices for phosphate rock and urea.

The company, which imports phosphate rock from North Africa, said the price of its Superten product, which contains phosphate, sulphur and calcium, has been lowered...

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