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Fluid Journal : Fall 2010
FROM THE PUBLISHERS Fluid Journal Moves To Realview Welcome to our first issue of the Fluid Journal on our new website, back in magazine form. We will be on a broader network now (Realview) with infinitely greater capacity to reach more viewers. If you happen to be a first-time viewer on this website we would greatly appreciate it if you would forward your email address to (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we have you on our master file at our foundation's headquarters office in Manhattan, Kansas. This way we can notify you of upcoming events and other activities of the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation (FFF). In the event you are a first- time reader, a little bit about our organization. The FFF was founded in 1982 with the goal of providing industry support for fluid fertilizer research and educational funding. The FFF's mission was and continues to be to develop and advance fluid fertilizer programs for high-yielding crop production through research, education, and information dissemination. The FFF holds an annual fluid forum where project leaders present their research results (usually ongoing three-year studies) to fertilizer dealers, researchers, and other industry people. Those attending also take advantage of exchanging information and ideas related to their ag businesses. The proceedings of this forum are available to all who attend the meeting and anyone else via the FFF's website. The FFF also sponsors other educational programs during the year for dealers and industry people at different locations throughout the United States. You will also find an extensive archive of articles appearing in back issues of the Fluid Journal. Follow the Article Archives link on the FFF website to browse through articles by publication year or topic. You can also enter search terms to bring back specific topics. So to newcomers, we say "welcome" and look forward to keeping you informed and serving your needs via the Fluid Journal, our educational programs, and periodic e-mailed newsletters. 03 The Fluid Journal Fall 2010
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