The use of fertilizers is being affected by the energy crisis in Europe

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The energy crisis choking Europe’s fertilizer production threatens to force the world’s farmers to use even less of the nutrients crucial to growing food.

The CRU Group estimates that rising prices for gas, a key feedstock, have already constrained a quarter of Europe’s nitrogen fertilizer capacity. Now there are growing concerns that the crisis is getting worse. For Europe, this could mean even lower production and greater dependence on imports of ammonia, which is used to make nitrogen products.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/news/farming-news/fertiliser-usage-is-being-pummeled-by-europes-energy-crisis-41919986.html The use of fertilizers is being affected by the energy crisis in Europe

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