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With the recent earnings releases of Monsanto and Mosaic both trumping estimates, the possibility of translating into a beat for Sociedad Quimica y Minera is rising. The importance of yield in the agriculture segment is growing rapidly as less and less arable land is available for use. With this trend expected to continue, SQM is a highly likely beneficiary, with its reliance on fertilizers and plant nutrition. Check out the following video, where Taylor Muckerman, a Motley Fool materials analyst, provides his opinion on this issue.
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