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CF strengthens EU foothold with GrowHow purchase

CF buys from Yara International the outstanding 50% stake in the UK's top fertilizer producer, which is valued at \$1.3bn

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Shares in K+S leap 39% on PotashCorp approach
German potash group K+S receives a full bid from Canadian rival PotashCorp, which has signalled some disquiet over its strategy of minority stakes
PhosAgro hits back at share theft allegations
The world's third largest phosphate producer faces legal proceedings in a Cyprus court over the alleged misappropriation of shares
Falling Brazilian demand mutes prospects for fertilizer markets
A weak real and low crop prices are to take their toll on Brazilian imports, which are to fall by as much as 20% in 2015, Rabobank says
Brics lining up to support phosphate prices, says PhosAgro
The Russian group sees helpful Brazilian, Chinese and Russian dynamics for phosphate prices, besides soaring demand from India
Uralkali to buy back over $1bn of shares
The potash miner will distribute capital to investors, despite planned expenditure to make up for a mine flooding last year
SQM sees drop in potash prices, as Canada's stocks mount
The Chilean group says that a nascent decline in potash values may have legs, even as PotashCorp unveils record North American output of the nutrient
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Australia grain growing conditions 'quite challenging'
Incitec Pivot unveils an earnings rise, despite a dent to nutrient sales from dryness in eastern Australia as farmers sow winter grains
CF sanguine on US corn sowings, despite some area losses
The nitrogen fertilizer group, discussing a sharp fall in profits, acknowledges some switch - but not much - from corn in US sowings programmes
Farmers scrimping on seed, says Agrium, as it trims profits hopes
The farm retailer-to-potash producer says many growers are choosing "older, lower-priced" seed - chiming with comments from other observers
Uralkali 'compromises' to seal India potash deal
The Russian group agrees a long-awaited deal to export potash to India - but at a lower price than it had hoped for. Will Canadian rivals follow suit?
Tax rise prompts PotashCorp to cut profits forecast
The Canadian fertilizer giant unveils lower-than-expected quarterly profits, and cuts its earnings outlook for the full year
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Mosasic, PotashCorp reveal caution on potash prices

The fertilizer giants see scope for weaker potash prices, despite being upbeat on demand. Mosaic forecasts a phosphate price drop too

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