The price of fertilizer is the key issue in the country’s fertilizer sector.
In 2015, the Centre, the State government and the private sector were allotted Rs. 8,700 crore for fertilizers.
But that was a mere fraction of the $70,000 crore the government spent on fertilizers last year.
The main reason behind the failure to invest in fertilizer is that farmers cannot find the fertilizers they need at reasonable prices.
The government has promised to provide them at the lowest cost.
The price for a kg of fertilizers is estimated at around Rs. 3,500.
But this is the most costly and most inefficient way to invest fertilizer in India.
Farmers cannot afford to buy fertilizers at the retail price.
There is no market for them.
This makes the price of fertilisers in India much more volatile.
Farmers are not buying at the prices they need to grow crops and are thus being left to buy at exorbitant prices, as prices for fertilisers go up and up.
The cost of fertilizer goes up by over Rs. 5,000 per tonne in some parts of the country.
Farmers do not want to pay higher prices for fertilizer because the costs of fertilizer are high and the profits are low.
Farmers complain that the cost of fertilization has not been raised since the Congress government came to power in 2015.
The Congress government, the largest opposition party in the Rajya Sabha, in the recent state elections, promised to hike the cost per ton of fertilizer by 20 percent and set a target of raising the price per ton by 20 per cent in the next five years.
But even though the Congress has promised higher fertilizer prices, it has failed to put forward a policy for the price increase.
Instead, it is promoting the idea of a subsidy for fertilizer to farmers.
But farmers do not understand this.
There are two major problems with subsidising fertilizer for farmers.
First, there is no mechanism in place for farmers to buy fertilizer at the price they need.
The only way for farmers can buy fertilizer is from the Centre.
So if the Centre provides fertilizers, the farmers will be required to pay a premium to get the fertilizer at a higher price.
Secondly, there are no rules or guidelines in place to ensure that fertilizers will be used to grow the crops that need it.
The Centre has no mandate to provide subsidies to farmers to grow fertilizers because it does not have any responsibility for the functioning of the market or the efficiency of the markets.
This has created a situation where farmers are forced to buy cheaper fertilizers than they need and are left to spend the money on fertilizer they cannot use.
The situation has also created a huge gap between farmers and the government.
Farmers have not been able to buy the fertilisers at the wholesale prices they are used to and are spending the money they do not have on fertilizer that is not being used for their crops.
Farmers in the agricultural sector have complained that they have been cheated by the government in the allocation of fertilizer.
The farmers complain that farmers have been unable to buy their fertilizer at reasonable rates.
The allocation of fertilizer to fertilizers for farmers is a very important issue.
The prices of fertiliser have been increasing.
The rate of increase is a function of the price for fertilizer.
But the government has not provided any mechanism for farmers who want to buy lower-cost fertilizers to do so.
It has not made it clear that they should be able to pay lower prices.
This raises serious concerns about the effectiveness of the subsidy scheme.
In an environment where farmers cannot buy the fertilizer at prices they would like to buy, the government should make it easier for farmers by providing them with lower-priced fertilizers and giving them a better chance to grow their crops in a sustainable manner.