Analysis and Forecast on China Fertilizer Industry (2016-2017)

By CnAgri 2017-03-22 14:03:00 Print Tel:861064403086 Email: [email protected]

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Brief Introduction:

Fertilizer market in 2017 showed the following changes: (1) Owing to a decrease in operating rate, fertilizer output dropped slightly. Both N-Fertilizer and P-Fertilizer output decreased by 5%, while the growth of K-Fertilizer output was 8.4 percentage points. (2) Fertilizer import and export both decreased. Urea export decreased by 35.4%, highest; MAP export dropped by 26.1%; DAP dropped 15.2% (3) Fertilizer consumption decreased slightly: N-fertilizer consumption decreased 5.1%, P-fertilizer consumption decreased 11.9% and K-fertilizer consumption stabilized. (4) Fertilizer market price declined, kept fluctuating at a low level. Due to a drop first and then an increase in material prices and the cancellation of preferential policies for freight and natural gas, production costs kept ascending; owing to a weak demand, the whole fertilizer sector saw difficulty in operation, and N-fertilizer sector still fell into loss, however, NPK sector especially new-type fertilizer business still maintained relatively great profitability. This report will provide objective viewpoints and accurate data to market players for reference. This report will perform deep analysis on production, consumption, trade, market price and production margin of N-Fertilizer, P-Fertilizer, K-fertilizer and NPK sectors in 2016, as well as operational situation of main listed companies; it also will predict developmental trends in 2017.

Table of Contents:

Chapter One Analysis on Policies for Fertilizer Industry in 2016
1.1 Change of Agricultural Policy and Its Influence on Fertilizer Industry
1.1.1 A Drop in Agricultural Product Prices Influenced Fertilizer Market
1.1.2 Adjustment of Planting Structure Affected National Fertilizer Consumption
1.2 Influence of Preferential Policies on Fertilizer Industry
1.2.1 The Government has Completely Opened up the Price of Natural Gas for Fertilizer, which Won’t Bring Great Influences on Fertilizer Market in the Short Term
1.2.2 The implementation of Administrative Provisions will Increase of 10% in Freight Costs for Urea by Automobile
1.2.3 The Reform of Ad Valorem Taxes on Potash Resource will Bring Little Influence on Potash Market Price
1.3 Influence of Other Policies on Fertilizer Industry
1.3.1 Fertilizer Classification Requirements” Published by Government Will be Good for Supervision on Classifying and Grading of Fertilizer Products
1.3.2 The Government Planned to Impose Environmental Taxes Instead of Pollution Discharge Fees, Which Would Speed up the Elimination of Backward Capacity of Fertilizer Sector
1.3.3 2017 Fertilizer Tariffs Would Decrease Obviously
1.3.4 Enactment of Action Plan of Preventing and Controlling Soil Pollution Contributes to the Development of Products such as Soil Conditioner
Chapter Two  Analysis and Forecast on Upsteam Sectors of Fertilizer in 2016-2017
2.1 Synthetic Ammonia Market Analysis in 2016
2.1.1 Ammonia Output Declined Slightly to a Record Low
2.1.2 Synthetic Ammonia Imports up 3.4%
2.1.3 Annual Average Price of Synthetic Ammonia down 9.9% year on year
2.2 Phosphorite Market Analysis in 2016
2.2.1 Phosphorite Output up 3.3% year on year
2.2.2 Phosphorite Export Increased Slightly
2.2.4 Annual Average Price of Phosphorite down 2.9% year on year
2.3 Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Market in 2016
2.3.1 Sulphuric Acid Output down 1.7% year on year
2.3.2 Sulfur Imports almost Stabilized
2.3.3 2016 Average Sulfur Price Fell Sharply
2.4 Forecast of Raw Material in 2017
2.4.1 Ammonia Output to Decrease Slightly and Import to Fluctuate around 0.35-0.40 Million MT
2.4.2 Phosphorite Output to Further Go down and Export to Stabilized around 0.20-0.30 Million MT
2.4.3 Sulfuric Acid Output to Decline and Sulfur Import to Go down Slightly
Chapter Three Forecast and Analysis on Nitrogen Fertilizer Market, 2016-2017
3.1 2016 N-Fertilizer Overproduction was Relieved
3.1.1 Location of Main N-Fertilizer Producers: Hubei, Henan and Shanxi
3.1.2 N-Fertilizer Output down 4.9% Year on Year
3.1.3 Location of Urea Producers: Shanxi, Henan and Shandong
3.1.4 Urea Output down to 32.15 Million MT
3.1.5 A Slight Decrease in Total Capacity
3.2 A Slight Decrease of N-Fertilizer Consumption
3.2.1 Consumption of N-Fertilizer
3.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Province
3.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Crop Variety
3.2.2 Consumption of Urea
3.3 Fall in both Export Volume and Export Price of Main N-Fertilizer Products in 2016
3.3.1 Urea Export Volume and Price Decreased
3.3.1.1 Urea Export Down to 8.88 Million MT
3.3.1.2 Urea Export to India Accounted for 43.3%
3.3.1.3 Average Urea Export Price Dropped 22%
3.3.1.4 Main Urea Exporters: Sino-Agri and Linggu Chemical
3.3.2 Ammonium Chloride Export Ascended and Export Price Dropped
3.3.2.1 Ammonium Chloride Export Hit a Record High, 10.6% Higher than Last Year
3.3.2.2 Main Countries of Destination: Malaysia and Vietnam
3.3.2.3 2015 Average Ammonium Chloride Export Price down 4 US Dollars/MT
3.3.2.4 Main Ammonium Chloride Exporters: Lianyungang Meixin Chemical and Shenzhen Nonglinfeng Trading Company
3.3.3 Trade of Other N-Fertilizer Products
3.3.3.1 Ammonium Sulfate Export Dropped to 5.027 Million MT
3.3.3.2 Ammonium Nitrate Export was 40,000 MT Less Than Last Year
3.4 After a Roller Coaster Ride, Main N-Fertilizer Product Prices Slumped Again in 2016
3.4.1 Anthracite Price Averaged at 728 RMB/MT, 95 RMB/MT Lower than Last Year
3.4.2 Urea Price Dropped by 16.1%
3.4.3 Urea Production Loss Increased, and Overall Deficit was RMB 86/MT
3.5 N-Fertilizer Groups Analysis
3.5.1 Luxi Chemical Group Co., Ltd.
3.5.2 Sichuan Meifeng Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
3.5.3 Hualu Hengsheng Group Co., Ltd.
3.5.4 Guizhou Chitianhua Industry Co., Ltd.
3.5.5 Sichuan Chemical Company Limited
3.5.6 Hubei Yihua Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
3.6 N-fertilizer Market Forecast in 2017
3.6.1 N-Fertilizer and Urea Production to Keep Reducing
3.6.2 N-Fertilizer and Urea Consumption to Stabilize
3.6.3 N-Fertilizer Export to Go down Slightly
3.6.4 N-Fertilizer Price and Production Margin to Further Go Down
Chapter Four Forecast and Analysis on Phosphate Fertilizer Market, 2016-2017
4.1 A Rapid Rise in P-Fertilizer Production in 2016
4.1.1 P-Fertilizer Output up 10.5% Year on Year, a High Point in the Last Three Years
4.1.2 Main P-Fertilizer Producing Provinces: Hubei, Guizhou, Sichuan and Yunnan
4.1.3 New-added Production Capacity 0.45 Million MT
4.2 P-Fertilizer Consumption Stabilized
4.2.1 Consumption of P-Fertilizer
4.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Province
4.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Crop Variety
4.2.2 Consumption of DAP
4.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of DAP by Province
4.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of DAP by Crop Variety
4.3 P-Fertilizer Export Volume Hit a Historically Low Point and Export Price Decreasing Significantly in 2016
4.3.1 DAP Export Price and Volume both Declined
4.3.1.1 DAP Export Volume down 15.2% Year on Year
4.3.1.2 DAP Export Volume to India Accounted for 42%
4.3.1.3 DAP Export Price was 121 US Dollars/MT Lower than Last Year
4.3.1.4 Main DAP Exporters: Yunnan Yuntianhua United Commerce Co., Ltd. and Guizhou Kaiyang Phosphate Group Co.
4.3.2 MAP Export Volume and Price both Dropped
4.3.2.1 MAP Export Volume up 17.9% Year on Year
4.3.2.2 Main Country of Destination: Brazil
4.3.2.3 MAP Export Price was 81 US Dollars/MT less Than Last Year
4.3.2.4 Main DAP Exporters: Hubei Xiangyun Chemical Co., Ltd., Yunnan Hongxiang Chemical Co. and Wengfu International Trading Co., Ltd.
4.3.3 Trade of Other P-Fertilizer Products
4.3.3.1 Superphosphate Export Volume down 27.2% Year on Year
4.3.3.2 Triple Superphosphate Export Volume Hit a Historical Low Point
4.4 P-Fertilizer Product Prices and Benefit in 2016
4.4.1 MAP Price Went down and Production Benefit at Low Level
4.4.1.1 MAP Production Price down 13.8%
4.4.1.2 MAP Production Overall Deficit was RMB 68/MT
4.4.2 DAP Price Went down, Production Benefit at Low Level
4.4.2.1 DAP Price Dropped Slightly
4.4.2.2 DAP Production Overall Profit was RMB 12/MT
4.5 P-Fertilizer Groups Analysis
4.5.1 Yunnan Yuntianhua Co., Ltd.
4.5.2 Anhui Liuguo Chemical Co., Ltd.
4.5.3 Wengfu Group
4.6 P-fertilizer Market Forecast in 2017
4.6.1 P-Fertilizer Production to Decrease to 17.98 Million MT
4.6.2 P-Fertilizer Consumption to Increase Slightly to !5.98 Million MT
4.6.3 P-Fertilizer Export Volume to Decrease and Export Price to Keep Low
4.6.4 P-Fertilizer Market Price and Production Margin toKeep Falling Slowly
Chapter Five  Forecast and Analysis on Potash Fertilizer Market, 2016-2017
5.1Potash Production Topped 6.6 Million MT
5.1.1 Potash Output Reached 6.681 Million MT, up 8.4% Year on Year
5.1.2 Proportion of Potash Output in Qinghai and Xinjiang Keep 90%
5.1.3 Newly-added Potash Capacity Kept up
5.2 2016 K-Fertilizer Consumption almost Stabilized
5.2.1 Consumption of K-Fertilizer
5.2.2 Consumption of MOP
5.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of MOP by Province
5.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of MOP by Crop Variety
5.3 2016 K-Fertilizer Import Price and Import Volume both Dropped
5.3.1 MOP Import Volume Dropped
5.3.1.1 MOP Import Volume down 27.7% Year on Year
5.3.1.2 Main Original Countries: Russian Federation, Belarus and Canada
5.3.1.3 MOP Import Price Declined Greatly
5.3.1.4 Main MOP Importers: Sino-Agri Group, Sinal-Chem Group and China National Chemical Engineering Group Corporation
5.3.2 A Continuous Drop in SOP Import Volume for Three Years
5.3.2.1 SOP Import Volume down 15.2%
5.3.2.2 SOP Export Price was 39.7% Lower than Last Year
5.4 Changes in Market Price of Main Potash Products in 2016
5.4.1 MOP Price Rebounded Slightly
5.4.2 SOP Price Dropped
5.5 K-Fertilizer Groups Analysis
5.5.1 Qinghai Salt Lake Industry Group Company Limited
5.5.2 Golmud Tibetan Potash Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
5.5.3 SDIC Xinjiang Luobupo Potassium Salt Co., Ltd.
5.6 K-fertilizer Market Forecast in 2017
5.6.1 K-Fertilizer Production Growth to Slow Down
5.6.2 K-Fertilizer Consumption to Increase Slightly
5.6.3 Potash Import will Keep down
5.6.4 K-Fertilizer Price to Drop Slightly
Chapter Six Forecast and Analysis on Compound Fertilizer Market, 2016-2017
6.1 2016 Compound Fertilizer Production Kept Increasing
6.1.1 Compound Fertilizer Production Increased Slightly
6.1.2 Newly-added Compound Fertilizer Capacity Mainly was from New-Type NPK
6.2 2016 NPK Consumption Ascended Slightly
6.2.1 Consumption of Compound Fertilizer
6.2.1.1 Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Province
6.2.1.2 Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety
6.2.2 Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer
6.2.2.1 Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Province
6.2.2.2 Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety
6.3 2016 NPK Import Volume Induced Slightlt to 1.132 Million MT
6.3.1 NPK Import Reduced Slightly
6.3.2 NPK Import Price was 75 US Dollars/MT Lower Than Last Year
6.3.3 Main Original Countries: Norway and Russian Federation
6.3.4 Main NPK Importers: Huaken International Trade Co., Ltd., Sinal-Chem Group, Sino-Agri Group and China National Chemical Engineering Group Corporation
6.3.5 NPK Export Volume still Was Extremely Small
6.4 2016 NPK Price Dropped Significantly
6.5 Compound Fertilizer Groups Analysis
6.5.1 Kingenta Ecological Engineering Group Co., Ltd.
6.5.2 Stanley Fertilizer Limited by Share Ltd
6.5.3 Shenzhen Batian Ecotypic Engineering Company Limited.
6.5.4 Chengdu Wintrue Holding Co. Ltd. (Shindoo Chemi-Industry Co., Ltd.)
6.5.5 Hubei Xinyangfeng Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
6.5.6 Anhui Sierte Fertilizer Industry Co., Ltd.
6.6 Compound Fertilizer Market Forecast in 2017
6.6.1 NPK Output to Further Go up
6.6.2 Growth of Compound Fertilizer Consumption will Decline
6.6.3 NPK Import still to Maintain at a High Level
6.6.4 NPK Price still to Fluctuate at a Low Level
Chapter Seven Forecast and Analysis on Specialty Fertilizer Market, 2016-2017
7.1 Specialty Fertilizer and the Characteristics of the industry.
7.1.1 The Definition of Specialty Fertilizer
7.1.2 Main Products and Definition
7.2 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Industry
7.2.1 Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Main Products and Characteristics
7.2.2 Main Slow/Controlled release fertilizer Producers and Products
7.2.3 The Supply of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
7.2.4 The Consumption of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
7.2.5 Main Producers of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer
7.2.5.1 Kingenta
7.2.5.2 Shikefeng
7.2.5.3 Summit Fert
7.3 Water Soluble Fertilizer Industry
7.3.1 Registered Water Soluble Fertilizer Products in China
7.3.2 The Supply of Water Soluble Fertilizer
7.3.3 The Consumption of Water Soluble Fertilizer
7.3.4 Main Producers of Water Soluble Fertilizer
7.3.4.1 Sichuan Golden Elephant Chemical
7.3.4.2 Luxi Chemical
7.3.4.3 Kingenta
7.4 Other Special Fertilizers
7.4.1 Bio-fertilizer
7.4.2 Alginic Acid Fertilizer
7.4.3 Bio-stimulant
7.4.4 Soil Conditioner
 
Attached Tables
Table 1-1, 2016-2017 Fertilizer Tariff Policy of China
Table 3-1, China Main Urea Exporters (2015-2016)
Table 3-2, China Main Ammonium Chloride Exporters (2015-2016)
Table 3-3, Shanxi Luxi Chemical Group’s Urea Subsidiaries
Table 3-4, Sichuan Meifeng’s Urea Subsidiaries
Table 3-5, Hubei Yihua’s Urea Subsidiaries
Table 3-6, China Nitrogenous Fertilizer Supply and Demand, 2009-2017
Table 3-7, China Urea Supply and Demand, 2009-2017
Table 4-1, China Main Dap Exporters (2015-2016)
Table 4-2, China Main Map Exporters (2015-2016)
Table 4-3, Yuntianhua Group’s Ammonium Phosphate Subsidiaries
Table 4-4, Liuguo Chemical’s Ammonium Phosphate Subsidiaries
Table 4-5, Wengfu’s Ammonium Phosphate Subsidiaries
Table 4-6, China Phosphate Fertilizer Supply and Demand, 2009-2017
Table 5-1, China Main MOP Importers (2015-2016)
Table 5-2, China Potash Fertilizer Supply and Demand, 2009-2017
Table 6-1, 2016 Compound Fertilizer Capacity Newly Built and Proposed
Table 6-2, China Main NPK Importers (2015-2016)
Table 6-3, Location and Capacity of Kingenta’s Compound Fertilizer Producers
Table 6-4, Location and Capacity of Stanley’s Compound Fertilizer Producing Subsidiaries
Table 6-5, Batian’s Compound Fertilizer Subsidiaries
Table 6-6, Location and Capacity of Shindoo Chemi-Industry’s NPK Subsidiaries
Table 6-7, Location and Capacity of Hubei Newyangfeng’s Compound Fertilizer Producing Subsidiaries
Table 7-1, China Main Slow/controlled release fertilizer Producers and Products
Table 7-2, Affiliated Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer Enterprises of Kingenta
Table 7-3, Affiliated Water Soluble Fertilizer Enterprises of Kingenta
Attached Table 2-1, China’s Synthetic Ammonia Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 2-2, Synthetic Ammonia Output by Province, 2012-2016
Attached Table 2-3, China Synthetic Ammonia Imports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 2-4, China’s Rock Phosphate Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 2-5, China’s Rock Phosphate Export by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 2-6, China’s Sulfuric Acid Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 2-7, Sulfur Imports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-1, China’s N-fertilizer Output by Province, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-2, China’s N-fertilizer Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-3, China’s Urea Output by Province, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-4, China’s Urea Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-5, Direct Consumption of N- Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 3-6, Direct Consumption of N- Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 3-7, Direct Consumption of Urea by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 3-8, Direct Consumption of Urea by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 3-9, China’s Urea Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-10, China’s Ammonium Chloride Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-11, China’s Ammonium Sulfate Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 3-12, China’s Ammonium Nitrate Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 4-1, China’s P-fertilizer Output by Province, 2012-2016
Attached Table 4-2, China’s P-fertilizer Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 4-3, Direct Consumption of P- Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 4-4, Direct Consumption of P- Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 4-5, Direct Consumption of DAP by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 4-6, Direct Consumption of DAP by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 4-7, China’s DAP Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 4-8, China’s MAP Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 4-9, China’s SSP Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 4-10, China’s TSP Exports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 5-1, China’s K-fertilizer Output by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 5-2, China’s K-fertilizer Output by Province, 2012-2016
Attached Table 5-3, Direct Consumption of K- Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 5-4, Direct Consumption of K- Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 5-5, Direct Consumption of MOP by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 5-6, Direct Consumption of MOP by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 5-7, China’s MOP Imports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 5-8, China’s SOP Imports by Month, 2012-2016
Attached Table 6-1, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 6-2, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
Attached Table 6-3, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2015
Attached Table 6-4, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2011-2015
 
Attached Figures
Fig.2-1, China’s Synthetic Ammonia Output, 2007-2016
Fig.2-2, Synthetic Ammonia Output by Province, 2016
Fig.2-3, China Synthetic Ammonia Imports, 2008-2016
Fig.2-4, Average Factory Prices of Synthetic Ammonia, 2015-2016
Fig.2-5, China’s Rock Phosphate Output, 2007-2016
Fig.2-6, China’s Rock Phosphate Exports and Price, 2014-2016
Fig.2-7, Average Factory Prices of 30% Rock Phosphate, 2015-2016
Fig.2-8, Changes in Sulfuric Acid Output in China, 2007-2016
Fig.2-9, Changes in Sulfur Imports in China, 2006-2015
Fig.2-10, Average Factory Prices of Solid Sulfur, 2015-2016
Fig.3-1, Proportion of N-fertilizer Output of Each Province, 2016
Fig.3-2, Changes in N-fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2016
Fig.3-3, Proportion of Urea Output of Each Province, 2016
Fig.3-4, Changes in Urea Output in China, 2007-2016
Fig.3-5, Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Province, 2015
Fig.3-6, Direct Consumption of N-Fertilizer by Crop, 2015
Fig.3-7, Direct Consumption of Urea by Province, 2015
Fig.3-8, Direct Consumption of Urea by Crop, 2015
Fig.3-9, Changes of China’s Urea Exports, 2005-2016
Fig.3-10, Changes of Urea Export Countries, 2008-2016
Fig.3-11, China Urea FOB Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.3-12, Changes of China Ammonium Chloride Export, 2007-2016
Fig.3-13, Changes of Ammonium Chloride Export Countries, 2010-2016
Fig.3-14, China Ammonium Chloride Export FOB Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.3-15, Changes of China Ammonium Sulfate Export, 2007-2016
Fig.3-16, Changes of China Ammonium Nitrate Export, 2006-2015
Fig.3-17, Factory Prices of Anthracite in Major Provinces, 2015-2016
Fig.3-18, Factory Prices of Urea in Major Provinces, 2013-2016
Fig.3-19, Urea Production Cost Using Coal as a Raw Material in Jincheng, Shanxi, 2014-2016
Fig.4-1, Changes in P-fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2016
Fig.4-2, Proportion of P-fertilizer Output of Each Province, 2016
Fig.4-3, Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Province, 2011-2015
Fig.4-4, Direct Consumption of P-Fertilizer by Crop, 2015
Fig.4-5, Direct Consumption of DAP by Province, 2015
Fig.4-6, Direct Consumption of DAP by Crop, 2015
Fig.4-7, Changes of China’s DAP Exports, 2007-2016
Fig.4-8, Changes of DAP Export Countries, 2009-2016
Fig.4-9, China DAP Export FOB Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.4-10, Changes of China’s MAP Exports, 2007-2016
Fig.4-11, Changes of MAP Export Countries, 2009-2016
Fig.4-12, China MAP Export FOB Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.4-13, Changes of China’s Other SSP Exports, 2007-2016
Fig.4-14, Changes of China’s TSP Exports, 2007-2016
Fig.4-15, Factory Prices of MAP (55% powder) in Major Provinces, 2013-2016
Fig. 4-16, Average MAP Production Profit, 2014-2016
Fig.4-17, Factory Prices of 64% DAP, 2012-2016
Fig. 4-18, Average DAP Production Profit, 2014-2016
Fig.5-1, Changes in K-fertilizer Output in China, 2007-2016
Fig.5-2, Proportion of K-fertilizer Output of Each Province, 2016
Fig.5-3, Direct Consumption of K-Fertilizer by Province, 2015
Fig.5-4, Direct Consumption of K-Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2015
Fig.5-5, Direct Consumption of MOP by Province, 2015
Fig.5-6, Direct Consumption of MOP by Crop Variety, 2015
Fig.5-7, Changes of China’s MOP Imports, 2007-2016
Fig.5-8, China’s MOP Imports by Country, 2009-2016
Fig.5-9, China MOP Import CIF Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.5-10, China’s SOP Imports, 2007-2016
Fig.5-11, China SOP Import CIF Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.5-12, Prices of Domestic 60% MOP and Imported Potassium, 2014-2015
Fig.5-13, Prevailing Price of SOP (50% Powder and 50% Granulated), 2015-2016
Fig.6-1, Changes in Compound Fertilizer Output in China, 2006-2016
Fig.6-2, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2015
Fig.6-3, Direct Consumption of Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2015
Fig.6-4, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Province, 2015
Fig.6-5, Direct Consumption of NPK Compound Fertilizer by Crop Variety, 2015
Fig.6-6, NPK Compound Fertilizer Imports, 2007-2016
Fig.6-7, China NPK Compound Fertilizer Import CIF Price by Month, 2013-2016
Fig.6-8, NPK Compound Fertilizer Imports by Country, 2009-2016
Fig.6-9, NPK Compound Fertilizer Exports, 2006-2015
Fig.6-10, Average Factory Price of 45%CL (15-15-15) and 45% S (15-15-15) NPK, 2015-2016
Fig 7.1, Number of Registered Slow/Control Release Fertilizer Products in China, 2006-2016
Fig 7-2, The Capacity and Outputs of Slow/Controlled Release Fertilizer in China (2006-2020)
Fig 7-3, Number of Registered Water Soluble Fertilizer Products in China, 2016
Fig 7-4, The Capacity and Outputs of Water Soluble Fertilizer in China (2009-2020)
Fig 7-5, The Consumption of Water Soluble Fertilizer in China (2009-2020)
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