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In a letter sent to President Donald Trump, The Fertilizer Institute requested that government recognize fertilizer and all agriculture inputs as “essential services”.
Ag retailers, geared up for the upcoming growing season, predict a moderately good year for crop nutrients.
This technology is a method of fertilizing an agricultural crop using an environmentally friendly and versatile high potassium-content liquid fertilizer.
The new year is already revealing similarities to 2019, but, with agriculture, expect the unexpected, according to CF Industries’ Bert Frost.
Acquiring several resources from the International Plant Nutrition Institute is helping TFI remain a trusted source of information for years to come.
Speakers at the annual Fertilizer Outlook Conference foresee a few reasons why crop nutrient demand will be strong this year — and a few why it won’t.
Twenty-three herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides from FMC are now listed on either the Enlist Duo and/or the Enlist […]
By now, everyone is familiar with how rough a year 2019 has turned out to be for the […]
It is estimated that around 47 million tons of phosphate fertilizer is applied to fields globally, costing growers […]
Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. That’s certainly true for nitrogen fertilizers. Without […]
NACHURS, an industry leader in plant nutrition products since 1946, has announced the approval of six nutritional formulations […]
ROI is never far from a grower’s mind, and two factors to consider for reaching profit goals are […]
Weather conditions halted nitrogen applications last fall, and with a wet start to spring, it’s likely farmers’ fertilizer […]