21 June 2007 12:43 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--US diammonium phosphate (DAP) fertilizer exports for May stood at 305,282 short tons, 50% down on the same period last year due to healthy production demand in the domestic market.
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Total DAP exports for the first five months of the year reached 1.55m short tons, down nearly a third on the same period of 2006.
US monammonium phosphate (MAP) exports were 284,069 short tons in May, up 28% on the same month of 2006. The major recipients were
Total exports in the January-May period reached 1.0m short tons, up 12% on 2006, the data showed on Tuesday.
Major US DAP and MAP producers include Mosaic, PotashCorp and Mississippi Phosphates.
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