September 22, 2010, Washington, D.C. – There is enough phosphate rock to make fertilizer for several hundred years, according to a new report released on Wednesday. This is contrary to reports of a “peak phosphorus” event speculated to take place in 2030-2035.

Phosphate rock is the primary source for phosphorus – one of three elements critical to plant growth (along with nitrogen and potassium).

Read the full article by Roberta Rampton of Reuters.