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Alastair Stewart South America Correspondent

Tuesday 08/21/12

Clogged Ports May Mean No Fertilizer for Some Brazilian Farmers
Brazilian farmers are increasingly worried that port delays will mean fertilizer deliveries arrive too late for soybean and corn planting, which start in September.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 4:08PM CDT 08/21/12 by Alastair Stewart | 0 Comments | Post a Comment
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