The voluntary certification program is a concentrated effort by the agriculture industry to significantly reduce and prevent applied nutrients from running off fields.
While conservation awareness is on the rise, adoption and implementation of sustainable agricultural practices is still a dilemma.
The Pesticide Stewardship Alliance (TPSA) recently elected the board of directors for 2020, including the officers and four […]
By implementing 4R nutrient stewardship practices, you optimize the nutrients you apply to maximize plant uptake and minimize […]
Acknowledging that past efforts have failed to curb the phosphorous runoff that fuels algal blooms in Lake Erie, […]
For the company’s hard work in the area of environmental stewardship, Valley Agronomics of Pocatello, ID, was named […]
The Foundation for Agronomic Research (FAR), in conjunction with The Fertilizer Institute (TFI), is striving to enhance nutrient […]
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) President & CEO Chris Jahn has kicked off a campaign aimed at raising awareness […]
The farming industry is largely a family-owned industry in the U.S., which also means land stewardship is of […]
Participating ag retailers and farmer customers in the Western Lake Erie Basin have greatly expanded the use of […]
The Ohio AgriBusiness Association will recognize outstanding leaders in the agribusiness industry through the OABA Industry Excellence Awards. […]
Feed a Bee, the national pollinator forage initiative by Bayer, has reached its goal of awarding grants supporting […]
Phosphorus is a key nutrient for the development of the potato plant and tubers, writes The Fertilizer Institute’s […]
Continuing its commitment to improving water quality in the Western Lake Erie Basin, Mercer Landmark Payne facility has […]
There are few things growers and retailers should think about before they even open their NMP to ensure that they remain in compliance.