Brownfield’s Rhiannon Branch and TFI CEO Corey Rosenbusch pictured during the 2020 Commodity Classic in San Antonio
The fertilizer industry has seen minimal supply disruptions,
so far, despite impacts from the coronavirus outbreak.
Corey Rosenbusch, CEO of The Fertilizer Institute tells
Brownfield that is good news as farmers approach planting season.
“Businesses are operating, fertilizer is moving, and out companies are doing everything they can to ensure that product is going to be available for farmers as they gear up for planting.”
He says more than 50% of food produced in the world utilizes
fertilizer, so he was happy to see the Department of Homeland Security
designate fertilizer workers as essential during the crisis, allowing them to remain
on the job.
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