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000154834 245__ $$aFertilizer Use and Price Statistics, 1960-93
000154834 260__ $$c1994-09
000154834 269__ $$a1994-09
000154834 300__ $$a68
000154834 336__ $$aReport
000154834 490__ $$aSB 893
000154834 520__ $$aThe rapid growth in fertilizer consumption throughout the sixties and seventies peaked at 23.7 million nutrient tons in 1981. After falling to 18.1 million tons in 1983, use has remained relatively stable, ranging from 19.1 to
21.8 million tons during 1984-93. Use has declined from its peak level because of fewer planted acres and stabilizing rates of application. Farm fertilizer prices, while stable or declining during the sixties, have varied widely since 1973. This bulletin includes quarterly or semiannual time series for farm fertilizer prices, annual, farm and wholesale fertilizer price indexes, fertilizer consumption by plant nutrient and major selected products, consumption of mixed fertilizers and secondary and micronutrients, and statistics on fertilizer use per acre by nutrient in the major producing States for corn, cotton, soybeans, and wheat.
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000154834 650__ $$aFarm Management
000154834 650__ $$aResearch and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies
000154834 650__ $$aResearch Methods/ Statistical Methods
000154834 6531_ $$aFertilizer
000154834 6531_ $$anitrogen
000154834 6531_ $$aphosphate
000154834 6531_ $$apotash
000154834 6531_ $$afertilizer application
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000154834 6531_ $$adirect application materials
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000154834 700__ $$aTaylor, Harold H.
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000154834 982__ $$gUnited States Department of Agriculture>Economic Research Service>Statistical Bulletin
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