Breitbart News has learned that US agricultural giant Bayer is importing the fertility blend for the biofuels market from China.
According to a company statement, the biofuel blended fertilizers are designed to help farmers to achieve higher yields from the use of corn, soybeans, rice, sugar cane and other biofuel crops.
The biofuel blend, marketed under the brand Bayer Biomass, comes in a range of different formulations to help growers achieve their goals.
In 2016, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved a $1.6 billion biofueling program in conjunction with the International Energy Agency.
It has been touted as the largest single biofuel investment ever, as it provides a diversified supply of biofueled fuels.
The biofuEL program has also been hailed as a significant boost in US economic growth.
However, the price of biofuel has soared, and the biofeedstock market is now the largest market for biofuel, with companies buying biofuel for use in their biofuel products, and selling the bioenergy as a feedstock.
This has led to a massive supply chain disruption, with biofuel producers turning to cheaper feedstocks, such as soybeans and cotton.
The US biofuel industry, which makes up around half of US corn and soybean production, has been in a financial slump for many years.
The US corn price plummeted more than 50% in 2016, and soybeans have fallen by more than 80% in the last two years.
As the cost of bioenergy has gone up, the industry has seen a drop in demand for biofuess.
While biofuenecy is expected to continue, US farmers are increasingly finding alternative forms of biofeeds.
A study conducted by the Cornell University Department of Agricultural Economics in 2017 concluded that in 2017, a growing number of farmers were switching to alternative biofuel sources, and this trend is expected grow stronger in the years to come.
A biofuel blend, which is also known as biofuel oil, can be made from corn, cotton, rice and soy.
In the biooil blend, the nutrients in the corn and cotton feedstock are converted to biofuel.
The corn and rice feedstock is the most expensive biofuel feedstock to produce, with the average cost of converting a ton of corn to biofuenerd is around $1,500.
In 2017, Bayer, one of the world’s largest biofuel makers, also sold biofuel blends containing biofuel and feedstock ingredients for bioenergy, and for biofeedstuffs.
Biofuel blend sales are expected to rise in the coming years.
The company’s biofuel biofuELS are currently sold in the US through several retailers, including Costco, Target, Walmart, Home Depot and the discount retailer Lowe’s.
In 2018, the company also began selling biofuel in India, where it is currently in the process of establishing a biofuel company, the India Biofuels Limited.
According a recent report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, in 2018, China’s ethanol market will grow from a $500 million market in 2019 to $3.2 billion in 2020, with a projected $7.6 trillion in 2020 investment.