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Government Submissions

Anhydrous Ammonia Farmer Training Manual 2019

Information booklet regarding the safe handling and transporting of anhydrous ammoniaundertheTransportationofDangerousGoods(TDG)regulations. Information provided by Fertilizer Canada (fertilizercanada.ca) and the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers (caar.org) PDF file 

Submission to A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan

Re: A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan On behalf of Fertilizer Canada and our members, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to comment on A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan. Our industry continues to collaborate with a diverse group of Ontario stakeholders to proactively develop and implement industry-led programming that aims to reduce nutrient loss and […]

Letter – Saskatchewan Climate Strategy

Sent on behalf of Garth Whyte, President & CEO, Fertilizer Canada Dear Minister, Fertilizer Canada was pleased to see inclusion of our sustainable agriculture program, 4R Nutrient Stewardship (Right Source @ Right Rate, Right Time, Right Place®), in the Prairie Resilience: A Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy. Please find attached a letter of support from the […]

Renewed Commitment in Manitoba Meets Shared Agricultural Sustainability Goals

Fertilizer Canada, the Government of Manitoba, and Keystone Agricultural Producers have renewed their partnership to promote 4R Nutrient Stewardship as the leading approach to sustainable nutrient beneficial management practices (BMPs) in the province. The Memorandum of Understanding links the Government of Manitoba’s objectives for environmental performance with the 4R Nutrient Stewardship programming developed by Canada’s […]

Research Report Ontario Release

A new report published by Fertilizer Canada, Key Findings of the Canadian 4R Research Network, highlights 10 scientifically-proven 4R Nutrient Stewardship Best Management Practices (BMPs) across a range of cropping systems from Atlantic Canada through to the Prairies amply demonstrating the universality of the 4R Nutrient Stewardship approach.

Key Findings of the Canadian 4R Research Network

The purpose of this report is to present the findings of the Canadian 4R Research Network (also referred to as the ‘4R Research Network’). After a three-year independent research project engaging nine researchers across the country, the 4R Research Network has provided much needed scientific evidence to support the efficacy of the BMPs associated with […]