Phin Ziebell, NAB Agribusiness Economist provides the June 2017 Rural Commodities wrapRead More
Do you know the licensing requirements when spreading mouse and snail bait and fungicide on fertilizers as a contractor (or for reward) compared to when a farmer applies this on their own property?Read More
Encourage farmers to ask "Is your agronomist a Fertcare Accredited Advisor?Read More
Victoria’s spectacular Surf Coast will play host to the Fertiliser 2017 conference on September 13-15 and registrations are now open for the three-day event coordinated by Fertilizer Australia and AFSA Victoria.Read More
Poultry litter, pig manure and compost containing these manures are regarded as Restricted Animal Materials (RAM) and therefore have particular requirements when used as organic soil amendments on pastures grazed by ruminant animalsRead More
How can you promote the benefits Fertcare & Accu-spread to your customers?
Fertcare plays a major role in safeguarding our environment and our food by helping to ensure farmers receive consistent good quality advice on fertiliser use.
Cross contamination is a major risk to market access for grain growers if unacceptable residues are detectedRead More
Recently prominent fertiliser researcher Prof. Mike McLaughlin who heads the Fertiliser Technology Research Centre at the University of Adelaide had a clear message about the efficiency of following facts when addressing members of the AFSA in AdelaideRead More
Paul Hampel provided background on IPLs new production facilities at Port Adelaide and new product - Granulock SSRead More
By highlighting AFSA’s willingness to communicate, co-operate and collaborate as an Association we will also reap the benefits of being seen as a professional association whilst maintaining our “family cultureRead More
What is the cost of poor spreading?Read More
Fertcare has been recognised for outstanding cooperation in vocational education and training.Read More
The Accu-Spread program has confirmed the importance of the physical quality of products in achieving uniform application.Read More
National President of the Australian Fertiliser Services Association (AFSA) Wes Wheelhouse announced that a new Standard Contract for the fertiliser industry has now been made available.Read More
HUMAN faeces used as fertiliser on farms is being blamed for a breakout of Third World parasites causing a serious stomach illness across Sydney.