Developing countries around the world often place a large amount of emphasis on the import and efficient use of fertilizers, and often provide subsidies to importers of the commodity in an attempt to promote self-sufficiency in agri-products by increasing crop yield. However, it is evident that, at times, money may well be better spent in the development of the handling processes, which can often, if left unchecked, indirectly increase the cost of the product to the end-user. More often than not, this is a direct burden on the small holder farming for subsistence and thus defeats the intention of subsidisation.
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