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Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Nov 26, 2012 01:17 PM CST

Recently I attended the 2012 Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference in Philadelphia. This annual meeting is put on by The Fertilizer Institute and the Fertilizer Industry Round Table and this was my third time attending this very informative set of meetings.

Among the presenters the first day was Monica Baker, a research manager for Integer Research based out of London. Her presentation was titled "An Overview of Industrial Urea Markets: Applications and Opportunities."

I will be honest here. My first thought when they announced her talk was, "What do I care about industrial uses for urea?" I am here to ...

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