Fertilizer Canada is an industry association representing Canadian manufacturers, wholesalers and retail distributors of nitrogen, phosphate and potash fertilizer used in the production of agricultural crops that help feed the world.
Canadian 4R Research Network
Agriculture has a valuable role to play in Canada’s plan to limit the impacts of climate change. Innovative climate smart practices, such as the Nitrous Oxide Emissions Reduction Protocol (NERP) and 4R Nutrient Stewardship (Right Source @ Right Rate, Right Time, Right Place ®), can improve both the quantity and quality of food for a growing […]Read More
Fertilizer Canada’s Ammonia Code of Practice (Code) was first implemented in 2009 and provided a standardized approach to the safe and secure storage, handling and transportation of agricultural anhydrous ammonia. The Code was later revised in 2012, then in 2017 to...read more
The FAO is one of the most important UN bodies. Its original goals remain as relevant today as they were upon the organizations founding. The FAO provides essential services to all countries, all forms of agriculture, and should play an active role in advancing...read more
Canada’s fertilizer industry is urging the federal government to take decisive action to mitigate the impact of the CP Rail labour strike on our sector in the midst of the spring planting season. Despite measures to address the backlog created by poor rail service...read more