Hurricane Ian made landfall on Wednesday and devastated the western coast of Florida.
However, the storm’s aftermath has implications that go well beyond the Sunshine State.
“One of the largest fertilizer companies in the world, Mosaic, is located right in the devastation path of Ian, which lingered for over 12 hours in Central Florida, dropping actual feet of rain in some areas, causing widespread flooding and infrastructure damage,” Natural News noted.
The Mosaic company in Central Florida provides 50% of the granulated phosphate fertilizer used by North American farmers, according to its online data sheet (PDF).
The company also provides 12% of the global supply for granulated phosphate fertilizer…