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15 Canadian Fertilizer Innovations Booklet Highlights Positive Change

On Global Fertilizer Day on Oct. 13, Fertilizer Canada is pleased to announce the publication of its 15 Canadian Fertilizer Innovations booklet, which highlights the important role the industry plays in creating positive change in our country. See the full press...

New Partnership Provides Farmers with Tools to Fight Climate Change

Farmers in Alberta are being given the tools to take charge against climate change by adopting on-farm best management practices that are scientifically proven to limit the impacts of agriculture on natural resources like air, water and soil. Fertilizer Canada is...

Soil Lab educating Ottawa’s youth

It is more important now than ever before to educate youth on how to feed a population of nine billion by 2050. That is why Fertilizer Canada is proud to have partnered with the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum to create a new Soil Lab Discovery Zone. The lab aims...

Businesses Unite to Support Canada-US Trade

On January 26, 2017, Fertilizer Canada and 19 other business associations pledged to work with the Canadian government to help ensure that U.S. legislators are aware of the millions of American jobs that depend on the Canada-U.S. relationship. The Canadian Chamber of...

Canadian Science Shows Strong Support for Climate Smart Agriculture

On December 1, members of the Canadian 4R Research Network, a group of nine leading Canadian researchers, gather in Ottawa to deliver an important message on the agronomic data gathered on how applying fertilizer using Nitrous Oxide Emission Reduction Protocol (NERP)...

Province Extends Nutrient Application Deadline Until Nov. 15

Manitoba Sustainable Development advises the winter nutrient application ban has been extended until Nov. 15 as soil temperatures have not yet reached the freezing point.  This means nutrients can be applied until midnight Nov. 14. Restrictions are designed to ensure...