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27 Aug 2019 - 30 Aug 2019
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12 Dec 2019 - 13 Dec 2019
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Fertiliser and related news are listed below.

9 Oct 2017
Carbon footprint webinar
The IFS webinar on a new carbon footprint estimation tool for fertiliser production is now viewable online
9 Oct 2017
Fertiliser Update Issue 2
Issue 2 of this new publication has now been published.
28 Mar 2017
Issue 1 of Fertiliser Update has been published
A new publication has been launched by the International Fertiliser Society, to inform and stimulate our Members
2 Feb 2017
2016 Brian Chambers award winners
Information on the winner and two runners up of the 2016 award is now available to view.
17 Jan 2017
2016 Agronomic Conference poster winner
This year's winner, as voted for by the Conference delegates, was by Endla Reintam of the Estonian University of Life Sciences. It's topic was the effect of fertilisation and field crops on earthworms.
22 Dec 2016
The IFS is now on social media!
The IFS now has a Twitter account and a LinkedIn company page and group
29 Mar 2016
Wet process webinar recording
In March 2016 the IFS held it's first online webinar. It was given by Tibaut Theys, General Manager of Prayon Technologies, and covered how to select which of the several different versions of the Phosphoric acid wet process will be suitable for a particular situation. You can view it here.
18 Jan 2016
2015 agronomic conference photos
A selection of photos taken at the 2015 IFS Agronomic Conference are available for your interest
26 Jul 2015
2015 Technical Conference photos
A selection of images taken at the 2015 IFS Technical Conference has been put on Flickr.
31 Mar 2015
Two new collections of Proceedings on USB cards
The IFS has just produced two new USB cards. One contains all our Proceedings that relate to ammonium nitrate while the other covers nitric acid. Priced at just £150 + VAT each these provide excellent value. They contain essential information for plant managers, safety officers and all who have responsibilities for the safe production and handling of these materials, as well as those involved with the related regulations.