fertilizer

OMEX, Levity Crop Science partner to bring British ag technology to US growers

The research and development carried out into smart fertilizers by British company Levity Crop Science has been adopted by OMEX Agrifluids USA, a Cali... READ MORE »

4R practices for fertilizer management in potatoes

Phosphorus is a key nutrient for the development of the potato plant and tubers. The status of P in the plant, deficient or sufficient, is closely rel... READ MORE »

5 ways to decrease fertilizer use

Commercial organic and synthetic nitrogen fertilizer helps feed around half of the world’s population. While excessive fertilizer use poses environm... READ MORE »

Improve tuber calcium levels

(Sponsored) Although improving tuber calcium levels improves quality, growers often get little benefit from application of calcium fertilizers. David ... READ MORE »

Fertilizer industry associations, International Plant Nutrition Institute merge

The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is undertaking a major organizational restructure as it transfers key scientific assets and program... READ MORE »

Bio Huma Netics gets OMRI listing for new line of organic fertilizers

Fertilgold Organics, a brand of organic fertilizer products from Bio Huma Netics Inc. (BHN) headquartered in Gilbert, Arizona, has achieved Organic Ma... READ MORE »

The Fertilizer Institute, Agricultural Retailers Association formalize alliance

In February, The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) President and CEO Chris Jahn and Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) President and CEO Daren Coppock ... READ MORE »

French grower finding success with seaweed-based fertilizer

Seaweed is proving to be an alternative fertilizing aid for farmers, including some potato growers. Farmers Guardian, a UK-based agriculture-focuse... READ MORE »

Simplot fertilizer recognized at space symposium

Simplot’s GAL-XeONE controlled release fertilizer was recognized at the 33rd annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The fertilizer wa... READ MORE »

Considerations for developing a fertilizer program

The following should be considered when developing a fertilizer program for potato production. pH pH is an important factor in any fertilizer ... READ MORE »


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