Phosphate production and reserves: doubtful inequality? What about peak potash and peak nitrogen?
Phosphate is one of the three major nutrients (called P = phosphorus, K = potassium, N =
nitrogen) required for plant growth, growth which is needed to supply future food for the
world population assumed by the UN to grow until 2050. Phosphate is also present in our cells in DNA, RNA and ATP. Phosphate rock production peak and subsequent decline is very important for the world future.