Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) (CP.TO) halted operations and locked out workers over a labor dispute early on Sunday, with each side blaming the other for a halt that will likely disrupt shipment of key commodities at a time of...
Two out of every five people alive today owe their lives to the use of fertilizer and TFI welcomes initiatives to strengthen domestic fertilizer production, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) $250 million grant program to support the...
Sen. Roger Marshall, M.D., and Rep. Tracey Mann introduced the Emergency Relief from Duties Act today. The bill would create emergency waivers for duties levied on fertilizers by the U.S. International Trade Commission. "Fertilizers and other inputs have been at...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is announcing it will support additional fertilizer production for American farmers to address rising costs, including the impact of Putin's price hike on farmers, and spur competition. USDA will make available $250 million through...
In a March 7 letter to President Joe Biden, The Fertilizer Institute, the National Grain and Feed Association, and 19 other members of the Agricultural Transportation Working Group requested the administration work with the Canadian government to avert...
Koch Fertilizer Canada, ULC has announced plans to move forward with an initial $30 million investment to increase ammonia production and operational efficiencies at its Brandon, Manitoba facility. The project will include the installation of production equipment and process...
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) is concerned about the destabilizing situation occurring in the Ukraine. Our main concern is the safety of all the citizens in harm's way. Currently, it is unclear the exact magnitude and how the Russia-Ukraine conflict will...
On Thursday, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack warned suppliers to not take advantage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine by raising prices when U.S. farmers are already suffering from high fertilizer costs. Russia is a major producer and exporter...
Concerns about high fertilizer costs and availability have many farmers changing their traditional 50-50, corn-soybean rotations in favor of planting more soybean acres this season. But planting soybeans after soybeans could bring risks of yield loss. AgriGold Western Division Agronomy...
As fertilizer prices hit record highs, one company is helping farmers claw back nutrients they already bought with a new patent-pending, fast-acting biological to break down residue and release more nutrients for next season's crop. "Results show significant residue reduction...
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