With 828 million people suffering from hunger according to the United Nations, the world needs more food production and higher crop yields. Fertilizers play a critical role in increasing soil fertility and improving crop yields. Brazil imports most of its potash, but the Autazes project could significantly reduce this reliance on foreign supply.
brazil potash would benefit farmers by lowering transportation costs and providing them with a consistent, locally sourced supply of the key ingredient. Additionally, it would help the local economy by creating jobs and stimulating demand for services and goods from the area. Additionally, the company strongly focuses on environmental sustainability and recently donated over 5,000 seedlings to the state government from its own nursery in Urucurituba village, further strengthening their commitment to community development and environmental conservation.
Potash Exportation: Brazil’s Contribution to Global Agriculture
Brazil Potash is a leading global developer of the key crop fertilizer potassium sulfate. The company has a proven track record of delivering high-quality projects in Brazil and has raised $40 million to fund pre-operation activities through equity crowdfunding.
The company plans to start construction on the Autazes Potash project located 120 km southeast of Manaus. This project will be the first of its kind in Brazil and has significant potential to increase efficiencies in the industry significantly. The project is owned by a group of investors including CD Capital with a 34% stake, Sentient with 23% and Stan Bharti’s Forbes & Manhattan Group with 14%. Currently, Brazil Potash is working with regulatory authorities to secure the required licenses for the project.