• 2014 World Fertilizer Conference

    TFI's largest meeting, the World Fertilizer Conference, draws approximately 800-900 delegates from as many as 60 different countries that represent all sectors of the fertilizer industry. This year's conference will be held Sept. 7-9 at The Westin St. Francis, in San Francisco, Calif.

  • Get to Know a Fertilizer Retailer

    Take a look to see how fertilizer retailers are responsible, regulated, and dedicated to their communities and feeding the world.

  • The Right Time for Nutrient Stewardship is Right Now

    Environmental concerns and increased food demand create agricultural challenges never seen before. 4R nutrient stewardship is helping ag professionals meet those challenges.

  • Fertilizer: Nourishing the soil that nourishes the people

    TFI's Introduction to Fertilizer illustrates why fertilizers are needed to nourish the soil that nourishes the people. 

  • Compliance Assessment Tool

    The Asmark Institute in Owensboro, Ky., has developed an online Compliance Assessment Tool for agriculture retail facilities to help control risk and support the continual improvement of a retail dealer’s compliance effort. 

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The Blog of The Fertilizer Institute

  • The Fertilizer Institute Commends House Passage Of Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Legislation

    The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) today thanked members of the U.S. House of Representatives for this week’s passage of the ‘‘Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program Authorization and Accountability Act of 2014" (H.R. 4007).

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  • 4R Research Fund Awards Second Round of Grants

    The 4R Research Fund today announced it has awarded more than $2 million in grants for four research and demonstration projects that will add to current knowledge and fill existing research gaps regarding fertilizer best management practices.

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  • Statement of The Fertilizer Institute Regarding the Administration’s New Greenhouse Gas Regulations

    The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) issued the following statement from President Chris Jahn in response to new greenhouse gas regulations for existing power plants proposed by the Obama Administration on June 2.

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  • Fertilizer Means Food

    Because food production depletes soil nutrient supplies, farmers rely on fertilizers to keep their soils productive. In this way, the fertilizer industry helps nourish soils that in turn, nourish people.

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  • Environmental Stewardship

    The fertilizer industry is a leader in developing, supporting and promoting agronomic research and outreach programs that help farmers, gardeners and homeowners understand the latest environmentally-friendly nutrient technology and management practices available.

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  • Educational Resources

    Visit TFI’s educational resources section to learn about fertilizers from A (ammonia) to Z (zinc) and everything in between.

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  • News Releases

    Get the latest news from TFI by visiting the media center.

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  • Annual Reports

    Browse TFI’s annual reports for highlights of the Institute’s activities.

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  • Environmental Stewardship

    In order to remain sustainable, fertilizer production and use must take place in the most environmentally sensitive manner possible. Learn more about the fertilizer industry's environmental stewardship efforts.

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  • 2013 Annual Report

    Get a complete re-cap of TFI¹s 2013 efforts in support of the industry¹s success in legislative and regulatory affairs, nutrient stewardship, education and other areas.

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  • Industry Resources

    TFI offers a number of resources that will be of interest to those wishing to understand fertilizer products, how they are produced and how they are used to nourish crops that feed a growing world.

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  • Stewardship

    Environmental concerns and increased food demand create agricultural challenges never seen before. 4R nutrient stewardship is helping ag professionals meet those challenges.

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