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2014-10-23 08:25:45

Symbol: POT Listed: TSX, NYSE Key Highlights -- Earnings of $0.38 per share1for third-quarter 2014; nine-month total

2014-10-16 23:04:30

ReportsnReports.com offers “Water Soluble Fertilizers Market by Types (Nitrogenous, Phosphatic, Potassic, Micronutrients), Applications, (Fertigation, Foliar Application), Crop Types (Field,

2014-10-01 08:24:44

Throughout October 2014, Mosaic is recognizing the contributions of its 8,900 global employees and supporting neighbors in select operating communities through one-time $10,000 gifts PLYMOUTH,

2014-09-30 08:25:03

PLYMOUTH, Minn., Sept.

2014-09-10 23:03:58

It provides benchmarking insight on the top players including Potash Corp. Phosphate, Agrium Phosphate, EuroChem Phosphates, and Yara Downstream.

2014-09-09 23:03:44

The report provides deep dive competitive landscape covering the top players such as Potash Corp. Phosphate, Agrium Phosphate, EuroChem Phosphates and Yara Downstream.

2014-08-18 23:03:47

The Latin America Phosphatic fertilizer Market report defines and segments the phosphatic fertilizers market in Latin America with analysis and forecast of revenue.

2014-08-15 08:22:04

PLYMOUTH, Minn., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) today announced its Board of Directors has appointed Mark J.


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2005-05-25 18:49:25

Potash (or carbonate of potash) is an impure form of potassium carbonate (K2CO3) mixed with other potassium salts. Potash has been used since antiquity in the manufacture of glass and soap, and as a fertilizer. The name comes from the English words pot and ash, referring to its discovery in the water-soluble fraction of wood ash. It is today principally produced by mining suitable deposits which are found throughout the world. The term has become somewhat ambiguous due to the...

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