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In 2012 the total consumption of mineral fertilisers in agriculture in Slovenia was estimated at 128,000 tons.
In 2012 the total estimated consumption of mineral fertilisers in agriculture in Slovenia a bit lower than in 2011; the estimated consumption of main plant nutrients down by almost 4%
It is estimated that in 2012 the agricultural producers had available or used about 128,000 tons of mineral fertilisers, which was 2% lower than in 2011.
The fertilisers contained 45,995 tons of main plant nutrients or 4% less than in 2011. Compared to 2011, the consumption of nitrogen plant nutrient (N) was down by 3%, of phosphorus plant nutrient (P2O5) by 1% and of potash plant nutrient (K2O) by 6%.
Although the differences between years are small, the decreasing trend of the total consumption of mineral fertilisers and macro plant nutrients is still continuing.
Due to the larger total utilised agricultural area in 2012 than in 2011, the estimated average consumption of mineral fertilisers per hectare of agricultural area, in Slovenia, was down by 7%, while the estimated average consumption of main plant nutrients per hectare decreased by 8%. The average consumption of nitrogen plant nutrient (N) per hectare decreased by 7%, of phosphorus plant nutrient (P2O5) decreased by 6% and of potash plant nutrient (K2O) decreased by 11%. Statistical Office slovenia
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