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  • Frontiers | Long-Term Rock Phosphate Fertilization Impacts ...

    Jul 11, 2017· Phosphate fertilization is a common practice in agriculture worldwide, and several commercial products are widely used. Triple superphosphate (TSP) is an excellent soluble phosphorus (P) source. However, its high cost of production makes the long-term use of crude rock phosphate (RP) a more attractive alternative in developing countries, albeit its influence on plant-associated microbiota ...[...]

  • Louisiana Phosphate Operations - The Mosaic Company

    Both facilities began operations in 1968. Phosphate rock shipped in from Florida and other parts of the world must be converted to a water-soluble form in order to be used as a crop nutrient. This manufacturing process begins when the rock is finely ground to uniform size.[...]

  • Phosphorite Deposition (Australia Mineral Development ...

    beds of phosphate limef:?tones later ~ecome known as bedded phosphate rucks. Engelhardt (1891) first classified the Russian phosphorites~ The nodular phosphori tea (bedded phosphate rock Was not known at that time) were sub-divided into three types; the gUartz.,.arenaceous, distii1.guished by[...]

  • Solubility of hydroxylapatite and some phosphate rocks

    1961-62 the total tonnage of phosphate rock applied direct to soil as a fertilizer was about 10 percent of the total world phosphate consumption (Sauchelli, 1965). Chaverri (1962) investigated the dissolution of a phosphate rock in relation to the solubility product principle with the ultimate goal of[...]

  • Field Guide to the Southeast Idaho Phosphate District

    Petrun -- Field Guide to the Southeast Idaho Phosphate District 275 Morrison Knudsen™s Conda Mining Co. is the current mine op-erator. The south end of the mine adjacent to P4 Production™s lease I-7958 has been mined-out and backfilled, and mining has com-menced in the Central Rasmussen panel north of No-Name creek.[...]

  • Archives West: Cominco American, Inc., Douglas Mine and ...

    Quantity 13.0 linear feet Collection Number Mss 614 Summary The Douglas Mine and Concentrator operated in Granite County, Montana from 1964-1968 under the ownership of the Montana Phosphate Products Company and later Cominco American, Inc.[...]

  • Phosphorus - Wikipedia

    Phosphate rock. Phosphate rock, which usually contains calcium phosphate, was first used in 1850 to make phosphorus, and following the introduction of the electric arc furnace by James Burgess Readman in 1888 (patented 1889), elemental phosphorus production switched from the bone-ash heating, to electric arc production from phosphate rock ...[...]

  • Use of phosphate rocks for sustainable agriculture

    Extensive research on the agronomic potential and actual effectiveness of phosphate rocks (PRs) as sources of phosphorus has been carried out in Africa, Asia, Latin America and elsewhere. A wealth of information is available, but it is scattered among meeting proceedings, technical reports and scientific and other publications. This bulletin gives comprehensive coverage of the key topics ...[...]

  • World Production of Phosphate Rock

    Phosphate rock production in the U.S. surpasses domestic needs, and the excess is exported to international markets. Domestic 4 Better Crops/Vol. 83 (1999, No. 1) World Production of Phosphate Rock Phosphorus (P) is a vital resource for sustaining world agriculture. Reserves of phosphate rock are identified in many regions of the world. TABLE 1.[...]

  • Phosphate supplying power of rock phosphates in an oxisol ...

    Summary. The P-supplying power of triple superphosphate, three apatitic rock phospates and a calcined aluminum rock phosphate were tested by measuring the quantities of fertilizer P recovered in soybean and in four chemical extractants, after 3-day and 75-day periods of contact between soil and fertilizer.[...]

  • phosphate rock mine at rajasthan

    The phosphate reserves came up for digging in 1968 when the Rajasthan State Mines and Mineral (RSMM) Corporation initiated open cast mining in the area. The mine, which covers an area of 18.44 sqkm and is divided into eleven blocks, contains approximately 74.68 metric tons of rock phosphate. The land was acquired in the late 1960s and then. GET ...[...]

  • Uranium, radium, and thorium content in phosphate rocks ...

    Uranium and thorium species in phosphate rock and sewage sludge ash based phosphorus fertilizers. Journal of Hazardous Materials 2020, 382, 121100. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2019.121100. Akhilesh Kumar Yadav, Sunil Kumar Sahoo, Pradyumna Lenka, Aerattukkara Vinod Kumar, Raj Mangal Tripathi.[...]

  • Evaluation of phosphate fertilizers: I. Immediate value of ...

    Evaluation of phosphate fertilizers: I. Immediate value of dicalcium phosphate, nitrophosphates, Gafsa rock phosphate basic slag and potassium metaphosphate for barley and ryegrass - Volume 70 Issue 2 - G. E. G. Mattingly, A. Penny[...]

  • US1936316A - Method of leaching phosphate rock with nitric ...

    US1936316A US496835A US49683530A US1936316A US 1936316 A US1936316 A US 1936316A US 496835 A US496835 A US 496835A US 49683530 A US49683530 A US 49683530A US 1936316 A US1936316 A US 1936316A Authority US United States Prior art keywords phosphate solution ammonium leaching nitric acid Prior art date 1929-11-28 Legal status (The legal status is an …[...]

  • Dutton v. Rocky Mountain Phosphates :: 1968 :: Montana ...

    The manufacturing of defluorinated phosphate consists basically of treating finely ground phosphate rock by either of several methods to release most of the fluorine in the rock so that the finished product will have not more than 18/100 of one percent of fluorine content.[...]

  • Rock Phosphate Fertilizer - Garden Myths

    Rock phosphate, or phosphorite, is mined from clay deposits that contain phosphorus and is used to make organic phosphate fertilizers that many gardeners utilize. In the past, rock phosphate was used alone as a fertilizer, but due to a lack in supply, as well as low concentration, most applied ...[...]

  • PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND MINERALOGICAL …

    of growth in consumption of phosphate fertilizer, the P requirement could be achieved 41,000 MT in the year 2000 (Wijayathilaka, 1993). Although, rock phosphate fertilizers imported from foreign countries are widely used to meet this demand, the locally available rock phosphate source, Eppawela, also play an important role as a P source.[...]

  • Phosphate mining in Nauru - Wikipedia

    The economy of Nauru has been almost wholly dependent on phosphate, which has led to environmental catastrophe on the island, with 80% of the nation's surface having been strip-mined.The island's phosphate deposits were virtually exhausted by …[...]

  • Evaluation of phosphate fertilizers

    J. agric. Set., Camb. (1968), 70, 139-15 J36 9 With 5 text-figures Printed in Qreat Britain Evaluation of phosphate fertilizers II. Residual value of nitrophosphates, Gafsa rock phosphate, basic slag[...]

  • Solubility of hydroxylapatite and some phosphate rocks

    fraction of a number of soils (Black, 1968). In addition, considerable apatite is applied to soils as a source of phosphorus for plants. In 1961-62 the total tonnage of phosphate rock applied direct to soil as a fertilizer was about 10 percent of the total world phosphate consumption (Sauchelli, 1965).[...]

  • MINERAL PRODUCERS IN FLORIDA, 1968

    Srelated to the building industry, which in 1968 reached a record level. The overall decline in value of mineral production is directly attributable to an 8 percent decrease in the value of phosphate rock, the State's most valuable mineral commodity. For the 75th consecutive year, Florida led the Nation in phosphate rock[...]

  • Phosphorite - Wikipedia

    Phosphorite, phosphate rock or rock phosphate is a non-detrital sedimentary rock which contains high amounts of phosphate minerals. The phosphate content of phosphorite (or grade of phosphate rock) varies greatly, from 4% to 20% phosphorus pentoxide (P 2 O 5). Marketed phosphate rock is enriched ("beneficiated") to at least 28%, often more than ...[...]

  • Rapid Analysis of Silicate, Carbonate, and Phosphate Rocks ...

    Rapid Analysis of Silicate, Carbonate, and Phosphate Rocks­ ... RAPID ANALYSIS OF SILICATE, CARBONATE, AND PHOSPHATE ROCKS­ ... FIGURE !.-Schematic diagram of a complete rock analysis. 3 Langmyhr and Paus, 1968; Bernas, 1968). Other refractories such as chromite require procedures described earlier by Dinnin[...]

  • (PDF) Study the Nature and the Effects of the Impurities ...

    Study the Nature and the Effects of the Impurities of Phosphate Rock in the Plants of Production of Phosphoric Acid. ... Science and Technology Series. Marcel Decker, New york, 1 (1968), 161. ...[...]

  • Nauru - Wikipedia

    Nauru gained its unthirldom in 1968. Nauru is a phosphate-rock island wi rich deposits near the surface, that alloued easy strip minin operations. It haes some remeenin phosphate resoorces that, as o 2011, are nae economically viable for extraction. Whan the phosphate reserves war exhausted, an the island's environment haed been seriously ...[...]

  • Phosphate Rock Expert - Union Harvest

    Phosphate Rock Expert. Dr. S. H. Chien. We have the honor to invite Dr. S. H. Chien, a renowned phosphate rock expert, to give a presentation on highly reactive rock phosphate in Malaysia in August 2014. ... (1968-72) on the solubility of different phosphate rocks for direct application.[...]

  • THE EVAULATION OF PHOSPHORUS SOURCES FOR NUTRIENT ...

    rock phosphate. Hodges et al (1968) found that residual levels of P were higher in the soil following the application of basic slag and rock phosphate but that superphosphate gave equivalent production of beef on grassland compared to these two fertilisers when applied at equivalent rates.[...]