The mission of the association is to: provide affordable quality agro-inputs; render extended technical extension services through training and mentoring to all farmers; comply and adhere to regulations and rules of South Africa.
African AgriBusiness Journal
African AgriBusiness Journal is a source of insightful information on agriculture, markets and developments in Africa. The triannual publication offers the unique opportunity for you to utilise the most effective mechanism for delivering your message to your target audience in Africa.
Agricultural Market Development Trust (AGMARK) is an international not-for-profit development organization with headquarters in Nairobi and currently with a regional presence in 18 countries in Eastern, Western and Southern Africa. AGMARK is a member of the AFAP (African Fertilizer and Agribusiness partnership) supporting smallholder fertilizer delivery projects in Africa.
The Fertilizer Society of South Africa was established in 1959. It was restructured in 2014, when it became known as the Fertilizer Association of Southern Africa (Fertasa). The Association represents the fertilizer industry in Southern Africa, with its members producing, trading, blending and distributing fertilizer products across this region. Fertasa’s purpose is to act as the recognised and preferred body that promotes the image of the fertilizer industry by: promoting the integrity of its members and building preferential trust for their products and services; enhancing and protecting the interests of its members through effective engagement with government and organised agriculture.
First published in February 1984, Fertilizer Focus is the world's leading bi-monthly journal serving the international fertilizer industry. It covers medium- and long-term developments across fertilizer markets, alongside logistics, plant and project news. As well as being essential reading for all fertilizer industry executives, Fertilizer Focus is an ideal marketing tool, offering competitive advertising rates to stakeholders active within or supplying the fertilizer sector with goods and services.
IFDC is a public international organization active in 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and America. IFDC uniquely approaches the global issues of food security and poverty by bridging the gap between research and impact, combining science-based innovations, holistic market systems development, an enabling policy environment, and strategic partnerships to assist farmers and countries to identify and scale sustainable agricultural solutions, including improved nutrient use efficiency. These approaches are needed to boost soil health and crop productivity while reducing the environmental impact of fertilizer use. IFDC translates research into action by using locally driven, environmentally sound, and impact-oriented solutions. With our partners, we seek to close the yield gap, eradicate global hunger, safeguard the soils on which our lives depend, and generate economic resilience for farming households and the countries in which they live
Fertilizer International has been providing a unique perspective on the global fertilizer industry for 50 years. The magazine covers trade, production, consumption, technology and agronomy. Regional, country and company profiles with a section dedicated to the mining, processing and production of phosphate and potash fertilizers.