Have you heard of rock phosphate, which is widely used in sustainable farming practices? Fertoz-Phos has been compared against other rock phosphate products on the market today and is clearly been shown to be the superior product. Here’s why? High...
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Soil Acidification: Mitigating Yield Loss with Seed-placed Phosphorus Fertilizer and Aglime The article outlined below can be accessed at: http://landresources.montana.edu/fertilizerfacts/documents/FF79AcidAlseedP.pdf SUMMARY OF ARTICLE Soil acidification occurs from long-term use of ammonium N fertilizers Phosphate deficiencies are common in acidic soils...
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PhoSul is a Phosphate soil amendment made with Fertoz high quality, high analysis Rock Phosphate plus added elemental sulphur. https://www.phosul.com/studies/phosul-shows-promising-growth-during-year-two-after-application-on-newly-planted-alfalfa/ A Montana producer saw noticeable differences on his alfalfa crop between a competitor source of granulated rock phosphate (right in...
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Sustainability is the forefront of Fertoz' value system, leading to healthier food production and ecological preservation for future generations. Organic agriculture likely serves as a good model for sustainable food production. A rapid increase in organic food production in Europe...
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Growers know the Value of Early Spring Moisture

Soil moisture conditions look good across most production areas in the US this spring. Over 48 US states, there is an average surplus of 20% topsoil moisture. Most of these surpluses are in central and eastern USA. Available phosphorus in...
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Salinity: Effects on Soil, Plants, and Environment

Soil salinity is an environmental stress affecting agriculture globally, substantially reducing cultivated land area, crop productivity, and quality. Farmers can keep salinity problems in check by using fertilizer products with  low salt index levels such as Fertoz-Phos. Fertoz-Phos has the...
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Organic Profits Under Pressure

In a Western Producer story, posted March 19th, 2020, Robert Arnason identifies that organic grain prices having been declining over the last few months and that organic net revenues will be under pressure for the coming year. He also identifies...
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