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New Daniella animation illustrates best fertilizer techniques

09.09.2014

Fertilizers Europe have released a high-definition animation of Daniella, one of the three DAN Characters (Fertilizers Europe Youtube...[more]

Carbon Footprint Calculator goes online

23.08.2014

To allow member companies to estimate their carbon footprint related to fertilizer production, Fertilizers Europe has launched this week its...[more]

New Product Stewardship website out !

08.08.2014

Fertilizers Europe have re-launched their Product Stewardship website. "We consider safety at the workplace and all along the production...[more]

Product Stewardship awards ceremony

19.06.2014

Minister Karpinski, the Polish Treasury Minister, today presided over the Fertilizers Europe Product Stewardship awards. 15 of our member companies...[more]

Web & Communications Officer

15.05.2014

“Fertilizers are very interesting. We could not feed the world... if we hadn’t come up with fertilizers” Bill Gates 2013 Temporary position as...[more]

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NFU Council responds to PM's Brexit speech

19.01.2017

British farming underpins the country’s biggest manufacturing sector. Farming is of vital strategic importance for the country.

China Green Agriculture Participates in the 1st National Soil Fertilization Conference and Receives Black Gold Cup Award - News - ARIVA.DE

10.01.2017

Nachricht: China Green Agriculture Participates in the 1st National Soil Fertilization Conference and Receives Black Gold Cup Award - 09.01.17 15:10

How fertiliser helped feed the world

02.01.2017

Was turning nitrogen from the air into fertiliser one of the greatest inventions of the 20th Century?

Agricultural Innovation and the Food Supply

19.10.2016

10.13.16 Explore two contrasting views of our food supply.

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The ChallengeMineral fertilizers have an essential role to play in meeting the twin challenges of feeding an increasing world population and limiting climate change...