Much of the world's recent increased agricultural production and fertilizer demand has come from...

|By:, SA News Editor

Much of the world's recent increased agricultural production and fertilizer demand has come from China, but both may be hitting a wall. Among forces driving the slowdown: China is nine years ahead of schedule on production of staples, it's running out of arable land, and it's finished converting land to fertilizer-heavy crops like corn. It could mean trouble for POT, MOS, AGU, IPI.