Transportation trap

On February 7, 2013
The logistical advantage of fusionfarming is as considerable as the energy advantage

The logistical advantage of fusionfarming is as considerable as the energy advantage

 

The fact that the world is made up of a southern and northern hemisphere with two opposite and complementary seasons for growth has determined the nature of the fertilizer business.  The necessary supplies to the northern hemisphere cannot be achieved only by plants on the northern hemisphere.  And vice versa. Thus intercontinental transport of fertilizer is required.   And once the required transportation is a fact, the economy of scale will boost it and drive a restructuring where production based on inexpensive  energy and inexpensive raw materials is securing global market share.

There has only been one thing able to resist this unsustainable restructuring, and that is the few spots of landlocked gas near the agricultural centers. 

This was until N2 Applied’s  new low capital fusionfarming process was developed.  The fact that the technology benefits from renewable energy will drive market penetration and build basis for growth in the twenty-first century.

 

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