Fertilizer giant The Mosaic Company (MOS) has launched a website CropNutrition.com. This educational digital hub will provide information on soil fertility resources to agricultural retailers, farmers and industry experts who are looking for better understanding of the yield-sensitive scientific aspects of soil.
This website is an integral part of Mosaic’s CropNutrition initiative. Under this initiative, Mosaic has designed an integrated campaign to educate farmers and retailers about important issues and trends affecting soil fertility. The company hopes that farmers will understand that there are various scientific aspects vital to achieving maximum yield and 60% of yield depends on soil fertility.
Mosaic has used numerous vehicles to spread the expertise and agronomic knowledge that is required for understanding the soil better, growing stronger crops and drive higher yields.
Mosaic has combined its prior crop nutrition resource Back-to-Basics.net’s best research and soil fertility resources with new information gathered from its global network of research partners in the CropNutrition.com website. In addition, CropNutrition.com provides research findings and insights from Mosaic’s best agronomists.
The website features crop nutrition expertise in forms including dynamic videos, timely and topical blog posts, an Agronomy Resource Center, an interactive periodic table of essential crop nutrients, and an extensive, searchable library.
Mosaic’s team of elite agronomists aims to enlighten the farmers and retailers about the impact of a balanced approach to crop nutrition that can have on yield.
Plymouth-based Mosaic, which is among the biggest fertilizer companies on the planet along with Agrium Inc. (AGU), CF Industries Holdings, Inc. (CF) and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan, Inc.(POT), is a single-source provider of phosphates, potash fertilizers and feed ingredients for the global agriculture industry.
Mosaic, which currently holds a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold), will release its fourth-quarter fiscal 2013 results before the market opens on Jul 16.Read the Full Research Report on MOS
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