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A review of input-output price relationships and subsidies, and their impact on fertilizer consumption



A review of input-output price relationships and subsidies, and their impact on fertilizer consumption



A review of input output price relationships and subsidies, and their impact on fertilizer consumption: ; 22



Fertilizer subsidies and control of both fertilizer and crop prices have been the major policy instruments used by governments in attempting to achieve favourable and stable price relationships during a period when fertilizer prices in the international market rose and fell rapidly. These measures have been complemented by efforts to improve fertilizer production, storage and distribution, fertilizer and crop credit and marketing services.

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