The United States is a major producer of fertilizers, but it is not the largest consumer of them.
The U.S. is also a big importer of fertilizer, the largest source of the chemical compounds that are the main ingredient in fertilizers.
But according to the U.N., fertilizer production worldwide is projected to decline from 7.9 billion tons in 2016 to 7.3 billion tons this year.
Fertilizer is used to produce food, paper and other products.
But it is used for human and animal food.
The U.K. and Canada are the largest exporters of fertilisers, with each exporting about 10 million tons of fertiliser each year.
China is the second largest producer of fertilizer, with about 10.3 million tons, followed by India, Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.
The top three exporters are India, the U.
“The U.” is the biggest buyer of fertilized seeds, and the top two consumers are the U., and China, the United Kingdom and Germany.
The United States produces about two-thirds of the world’s fertilizers and the U is the largest producer.
The top 10 countries that make fertilizers most of the time are:China, Japan, Russia, India, Indonesia, South Africa, the Philippines, Colombia and Peru.
China produces the most fertilizers of any country.
Brazil is second.
The most common fertilizers used are ammonium phosphate and methyl cellulose, both of which are used for fertilizers in many food and paper products.
Methyl cellulose is used in many kinds of food and other industrial products, including paper and plastics.
It is a byproduct of cellulose fermentation and is used primarily as a feedstock.
The majority of the fertilizer used for food and food-related products is used as fertilizer for cotton, soybeans, sugar beets and corn.
The second most common fertilizer used is phosphorus, a by-product of sugar beet and sugar cane fermentation.
It has been used in a wide variety of food, feed and industrial products since the 1970s.
The third most common is sodium phosphate, used in paper and packaging.
The fourth most common used is potassium phosphate, which is used mostly in paper.
The fifth most common use is sodium hydroxide, used for making paper products such as cereal and flour.
The sixth most common uses is magnesium phosphate, an industrial chemical that is used mainly in fertilizing machinery.
The next most common chemical used for fertilizer is ammonium hydroxides, also known as ammonium nitrate, a product of sugar beet fermentation and used in all kinds of industrial and food products.
The seventh most common, and by far the most important use, is sodium nitrate.
The eighth most common in the fertilizer supply is potassium nitrate for use in fertilization of water and in the manufacture of fertilizing compounds.
The last major use of ammonium is for fertilizing crops.
Nitrogen fertilizers are the most common form of fertilizer in use in most developed countries.
They are used in the United States, China, Brazil and India.
Nitrogen fertilizer is not only used in agricultural products, but also in a variety of industrial applications.
It can be used in fertilized construction materials, for the manufacture and processing of fertilizable fertilizers such as fertilizers for paper and plastic, and for the production of fertilization products such a paper or plastic.
Nitrate fertilizers have also become increasingly important in the fertilization industry.
They provide a significant source of fertilizer for the fertilizer industry, especially in areas that are not producing enough nitrogen.
It helps fertilize crops that are difficult or expensive to grow.
Nitrates are used to make fertilizing fertilizer in many industrial applications, including fertilizers that are used on cotton and soybeans.
They can also be used as feedstocks for industrial processes, including fertilizer for paper, paperboard, paper, rubber and plastic.
Fossilizers for cotton and other cotton-related crops were first introduced to the United State in the early 1960s, and were widely used throughout the 20th century.
They have been the main source of nitrogen fertilizer in the U for the past two decades.
Today, the use of fertilizes for cotton is increasing.
The fertilizers account for about a third of the total U. S. nitrogen use, which reached 6.3 percent in 2016.
Fertility in the soil is one of the most fundamental aspects of a healthy soil.
Fertilizers can affect soil fertility, both by increasing the availability of nitrogen, and also by increasing soil compaction, which reduces the amount of organic matter in the environment.
Fertility is an important factor in maintaining a healthy environment.
In the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, a large part of the problem is nitrogen.
The problem is most acute in areas where nitrogen fertilizers do not reach the soil well, such as cotton, rice, soybean and wheat, which are also the most commonly used fertilizers worldwide. Fruits