Letter highlighting a fertiliser consumer cartel
Letters to the Editor
"Preliminary estimates suggest that despite a 20%-25% reduction in fertiliser use this year, Irish farmers will spend well in excess of €1.2bn." - John Coughlan, Ballyellis, Buttevant, Co Cork.
11 May 2022 News
Profits surge at fertiliser giant Yara
Dramatic increase in revenue and profits at Yara, despite difficulties with fertiliser production in the first quarter of 2022.
9 May 2022 News
Yara calls on EU to use ‘crisis reserve’ to ensure fertiliser supply
Yara is calling on the EU and member states to ensure the supply of natural gas.
Fertiliser manufacturers cannot be allowed walk away
European fertiliser manufacturers have had their margin supported for over two decades by EU policy.
15 March 2022 Editorial
Get fertiliser into yards, advises Yara
The fertiliser market outlook is uncertain, Yara Ireland representatives maintain.
2 March 2022 News
Europe must end its Russian dependence - Yara boss
Yara CEO Svein Tore Holsether bemoaned Europe’s reliance on Russian supplies of natural gas and essential fertilisers.
1 March 2022 News
Yara profit with rising fertiliser prices
Rising fertiliser prices in late 2021 give a boost to Yara’s profits for the final quarter.
9 February 2022 News
Yara to build hydrogen plant and produce fossil-free fertiliser
The green hydrogen demonstration plant will be built at Yara’s ammonia production facility in Norway and it hopes to have the first fossil-free fertiliser product on the market by 2023.
1 February 2022 News
First fossil-free fertilisers to hit the market in 2023
These fertilisers will be produced using renewable energy, unlike ordinary fertiliser, which is produced using natural gas, a non-renewable energy source.
13 January 2022 News