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Chemical fertilizers production volume in Japan 2014, by type

This statistic displays the total production volume of chemical fertilizers in Japan in chemical fertilizer year 2014, broken down by type. During the measured period, ammonium sulfate accounted for the largest amount of chemical fertilizers produced in Japan, followed by high analysis compound fertilizers with around 720 thousand metric tons.

Production volume of chemical fertilizers in Japan in chemical fertilizer year 2014, by type

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Release date

September 2017

Region

Japan

Survey time period

chemical fertilizer year 2014; the Japanese chemical fertilizer year starts on July 1 of the started year and ends on June 30 of the following year

Supplementary notes

Values have been rounded.

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