KATHMANDU, Nov 22: Farmers are likely to face a shortage of chemical fertilizers this year too as the importers turn reluctant to purchase adequate quantities of the agricultural input citing soaring prices in the international market.

KANCHANPUR, June 16: The Agriculture Inputs Company Limited (AICL) Office Kanchanpur is set to provide chemical fertilizer by limiting its quota. The Kanchanpur Branch Office is determining the percentage of 30 metric tons of fertilizer to be received from the AIC Province Office and distributing to all nine local levels accordingly.

KATHMANDU, June 15: The government-owned Agriculture Inputs Company (AIC) said it is in a comfortable position to supply the required quantity of chemical fertilizers to farmers this paddy plantation season, which has already started with the onset of the monsoon.

KATHMANDU, April 7: The government has so far imported 30,500 tons of fertilizers from Bangladesh on government-to-government basis out of the total amount of 50,000 tons under a bilateral agreement.

KATHMANDU, March 9: Nepal is receiving the first consignment of the chemical fertilizer imported from Bangladesh on government-to-government basis.

KATHMANDU, Feb 9: The process to purchase 50,000 metric tonnes of chemical fertilizers from Bangladesh has begun.

KATHMANDU, Dec 27: Agriculture Inputs Company Limited (AICL) has set a new timeline of mid-January to import chemical fertilizers which Bangladesh is providing to Nepal on a refundable basis.

KATHMANDU, Oct 7: The supply of the chemical fertilizers that Nepal is importing from Bangladesh on a refundable basis seems to be delayed by an additional few months as the government bodies are yet to ink an agreement with the company contracted for transporting the fertilizers to Nepal.

KATHMANDU, Sept 23: Agriculture Inputs Company Limited (AICL) has invited bids for the transport of chemical fertilizers which Bangladesh is providing to Nepal on a refundable basis.