Experience the latest, most efficient system for delivering sulfur and phosphate to your crops throughout the growing season with new Smart Nutrition MAP+MST granular fertilizer. Engineered using patented Micronized Sulfur Technology (MST), Smart Nutrition MAP+MST integrates elemental sulfur directly in the manufacturing of Mono-Ammonium Phosphate (MAP) granules. This process creates a uniform distribution of MST… Read More

Online purchases of crop inputs are growing faster than expected, says the company with the world’s largest network of bricks-and-mortar crop input retail locations. Nutrien says total sales through its e-commerce platform surpassed $700 million in the first six months of 2020, exceeding the company’s target of $500 million for the entire year. “Our digital… Read More

The company with the world’s largest bricks-and-mortar crop input retail network is planning to sell products online in 2019. Nutrien — the company formed through the merger of Agrium and PotashCorp — has more than 1,500 retail locations in North and South America. For farmers in Canada and the U.S., the company’s retail business operated… Read More

Nutrien Ltd. (the newly created company made up of PotashCorp and Agrium) has entered into an agreement to acquire Agrichem, a specialty plant nutrition and plant health product company in Brazil. Agrichem is one of Brazil’s largest liquid nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium fertilizer companies, as well as a producer and marketer of plant health products, including bio-stimulants and… Read More

Shares for Nutrien — the new company formed by the merger of Agrium Inc. and Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. — started trading in Toronto and New York this morning. After receiving final clearance from the United States’ Federal Trade Commission on December 27th, the deal to create the world’s largest crop nutrient provider, which also owns… Read More

The Canadian Competition Bureau has issued a no-action letter saying it will not challenge the proposed merger between Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan and Agrium Inc. In a statement, the federal regulator said it concluded the Canadian fertilizer manufacturers’ plan to create a new company called Nutrien “would not lead to a substantial lessening or prevention… Read More

 

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