Plymouth, MN, United States
Plymouth, MN, United States

The Mosaic Company is a Fortune 500 company based in Plymouth, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. Mosaic mines two key crop nutrients—phosphate and potash—and produces specialty products MicroEssentials, K-Mag and Pegasus. It is the largest U.S. producer of potash and phosphate fertilizer. Wikipedia.

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Methods and system for increasing the water solubility and availability of zinc in granular fertilizers using acid treatments. The treatment of granular fertilizers with an acidic solution increases an amount of water-soluble zinc, which in turn, increases the efficiency of zinc uptake and reduces the costs and equipment otherwise needed to mitigate zinc deficiencies.

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Analysis & Trends - Industry Forecast to 2025" report to their offering. The Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 8.9% over the next decade to reach approximately $15.5 billion by 2025. This industry report analyzes the market estimates and forecasts for all the given segments on global as well as regional levels presented in the research scope. The study provides historical market data for 2013, 2014 revenue estimations are presented for 2015 and forecasts from 2016 till 2025. The study focuses on market trends, leading players, supply chain trends, technological innovations, key developments, and future strategies. Some of the prominent trends that the market is witnessing include growing trend towards contract farming, increased worldwide demand for agriculture micronutrients and rise in the production of bio-fuel crops. Based on form the market is categorized into Chelated and Non-Chelated. Chelated segment is further sub-segmented into Diethylene Triamine Pentaacetic Acid (DTPA), Ethylenediamine Di-2-Hydroxyphenyl Acetate (EDDHA), Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid (EDTA), Hydroxybenzyl Ethylenediamine Diacetic Acid(HBED) and D,L-Aspartic Acid N-(1,2-Dicarboxyethyl) Tetrasodium Salt (IDHA). Depending on the application the market is segmented by foliar, soil, fertigation and other applications. Other Applications are further sub-segmented into hydroponics and seed treatment. By type, market is segregated by zinc, manganese, boron, molybdenum, iron, copper and other types. Other types are further sub-segmented into cobalt, chlorid and nickel. Based on crop type the market is categorized into fruits & vegetables, oilseeds & pulses, cereals & grains and other crop types. Other crop types are further sub-segmented into pasture grassland, plantation, permanent crops, floriculture and other cultivation. - The report provides a detailed analysis on current and future market trends to identify the investment opportunities - Market forecasts till 2025, using estimated market values as the base numbers - Key market trends across the business segments, Regions and Countries - Key developments and strategies observed in the market - Market Dynamics such as Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities and other trends - In-depth company profiles of key players and upcoming prominent players - Growth prospects among the emerging nations through 2025 - Market opportunities and recommendations for new investments 3 Market Overview 3.1 Current Trends 3.1.1 Growing trend towards Contract Farming 3.1.2 Increased worldwide demand for agriculture micronutrients 3.1.3 Rise in the production of bio-fuel crops 3.2 Drivers 3.3 Constraints 3.4 Industry Attractiveness 7 Agricultural Micronutrients Market, By Crop Type 7.1 Fruits & Vegetables 7.2 Oilseeds & Pulses 7.3 Cereals & Grains 7.4 Other Crop Types Pasture Grassland Plantation Permanent Crops Floriculture Other Cultivation Other Cultivation Market Forecast to 2025 (US$ MN) 10 Leading Companies 10.1 Agrium Inc. 10.2 Akzo Nobel N.V. 10.3 Auriga Industries A/S 10.4 BASF SE 10.5 Bayer CropScience 10.6 Brandt Consolidated Inc. 10.7 Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals 10.8 Dow Chemical Co., 10.9 E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY 10.10 Sigma-Aldrich Corporation 10.11 Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. 10.12 The Mosaic Company 10.13 Valagro 10.14 Yara International ASA 10.15 Zuari Agro Chemicals For more information about this report visit

A granulated fertilizer having a primary nutrient and a micronutrient and related methods of making. The micronutrient is incorporated into the fertilizer mixture by dissolving a compound form of the micronutrient into a feed stream for the formulation of the fertilizer material, a water return stream for the scrubbing of waste gas, and/or a feed stream for back titration of the fertilizer material.

Phosphatic clays, and the use of phosphatic clays as a soil wetting agent. Phosphatic clays as wetting agents aid in the retention of water in sandy soil, and/or for prevention or reduction of leaching of nutrients. Due to its unique mineralogy, rheology, particle size and shape, phosphatic clay exhibits high water absorbing and retaining qualities as compared to other clay varieties. Further, phosphatic clay is readily available as a by-product of mining of phosphatic ore. The phosphatic clay wetting agents increases the effectiveness of the water applied to the soil, thereby reducing the amount of run-off, and reducing the amount of water needed to accomplish sufficient irrigation. The phosphatic clay wetting agents can be delivered to the soil as a sprinkle-on product, granule product, spray-on product, soil amendment, fertilizer or seed coating, or fertilizer composition.

A granular cohered MOP fertilizer having one or more micronutrients, and one or more binding ingredients. The fertilizer is prepared by compacting MOP feed material with one or more micronutrients and one or more optional binders to form a cohered MOP composition. The cohered MOP composition is then further processed, such as by crushing and sizing, to form a cohered granular MOP product containing micronutrients. The process yields a fertilizer product containing micronutrients with superior elemental and granule size distribution without comprising handling or storage qualities.

Coatings and additives including a fatty acid or salt of fatty acid for application to granules. The coatings or additives can be applied to granules of, for example, fertilizer or animal feed. The fatty acid can be stearic acid, another saturated fatty acid, a salt of fatty acid such as sodium stearate, or combinations thereof, and can optionally include a carrier fluid. Preferably, the coating or flow additive is animal feed-grade certified to be used for products incorporated into food or animal feed as a nutrient supplement.

A fertilizer composition including a base fertilizer granule with a barrier coating and one or more micronutrients. The base fertilizer material is coated with a barrier coating, and then a coating of one or more micronutrients. Alternatively, the base fertilizer material is coated with a barrier coating having discrete particles of micronutrients dispersed throughout. The barrier coating acts to physically and chemically isolate the micronutrient particles from the underlying fertilizer composition such that more of the micronutrient is available to the soil solution, and ultimately to the root zone of the plant.

The Mosaic Company | Date: 2016-05-19

Injection fluids formed of reverse emulsions and related methods of forming and using reverse emulsions for cavity control in solution mining. The reverse emulsion can reduce the volume of oil required to create an oil pad at the roof of a solution mining cavern in order to prevent vertical leaching and cavern collapse. The reverse emulsion can be formed from an emulsifier, a brine solution and oil. The emulsifier concentration can range from about 1% to about 5% by weight of the reverse emulsion. The emulsifier and the oil can be combined to form an oil/emulsifier mixture, wherein the oil/emulsifier mixture is combined with the brine solution to form the reverse emulsion. The oil/emulsifier mixture can be from about 1% to about 5% by weight of the reverse emulsion.

Methods and related systems for conditioning of granular fertilizers post-manufacture to reduce the generation of dust during handling, transport, and storage of the fertilizers, and/or to increase the agricultural benefits of the fertilizer. The method includes introducing a quantity of an aqueous conditioning agent, such as by spraying, to a plurality of fertilizer granules. The aqueous conditioning agent can include one or more beneficial agricultural and/or dedusting additives including one or more acidifying agents, one or more drying agents, one or more herbicides and/or pesticides, one or more chelating agents, one or more biological agents, and combinations thereof.

News Article | February 15, 2017

PLYMOUTH, Minn., Feb. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) has announced it will participate in upcoming conferences. Joc O'Rourke, Mosaic's President and Chief Executive Officer, will present at the BMO Capital Markets 26th Global Metals & Mining Conference in...

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