Potash Price Collapse?
August 1, 2013 | Arizona Geology Blog
"The world's potash industry imploded today as Russia's Uralkali withdrew from the Belarus Potash Corporation one of two global potash cartels that control about 70% of the world's potash production. " Quoted from the Arizona Geology Blog.
Arizona Mining Review
June 13, 2013 | Arizona Mining Review
Topics in the most recent Arizona Mining Review:
* Joe Bardswich - Moss Gold Mine
* Jerry Aiken and Matt Monte - Holbrook Potash Mine
* David Newlin - community response to potash mining at Holbrook
* Niemuth - mining news
* Kim Patten and Christy Caudill - National Geothermal Data System
World Potash Developments
January 19, 2014 | Arizona Geological Survey
"Potash is a non-renewable resource that is a key ingredient in fertilizer along with phosphate and nitrogen. Increased demand for fertilizers and potash has driven potash prices from US$96/tonne in September 1990, to US$203/tonne in July 2007, to US$495/tonne in April, 2012. A dwindling supply of arable land worldwide coupled with population growth requires increased food production from that land." Quoted from the report.