Increased fertilizer use would generate additional revenues of nearly $660 million

Argentina experienced an extraordinary jump in the volumes produced by cereals and oilseeds. The higher production was due, in part, to a growth in the area, but a greater extent to leaps in productivity. Within this framework, and to improve the replacement of nutrients and take care of a strategic resource such as the soil, promoting the use of fertilizers in the areas of cultivation in Argentina would bring significant benefits, both in volume and in economic terms. It would make it possible to obtain profits for the agro-industrial chain of more than 2.8 billion dollars, a figure that would allow the government to generate a contribution of almost $660 million per year.

Source: Infobae