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Fluid Journal : Fall 2013
The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation develops and advances fluid fertilizer programs for high yielding crop production through research, education and information dissemination. For more information about membership in the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation, please contact us by phone, mail or Email. Fluid Fertilizer Foundation 2805 Claflin Road, Suite 200 Manhattan, KS 66502 Phone: 785-776-0273 Email: email@example.com www.FluidFertilizer.com Fluid Fertilizer Foundation: Solutions for Agriculture Founded in 1982, the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation has funded research resulting in significant advancements in fluid fertilizer application techniques and improved nutrient management systems. Each year, the Foundation works with 10-20 leading research teams on the development of innovative fertilization programs and continued improvement in crop yields. Then we make sure this information is passed on to you by publishing the research results in the Fluid Journal and through various educational programs sponsored by the Foundation! What Is The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation? The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation (FFF) is an industry funded research and education organization focused on taking advantage of the efficiencies, effectiveness and convenience of fluid fertilizers. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax deductible organization. What Is The Purpose Of The FFF? The purpose of the FFF is to develop and advance innovative, profitable and agronomically sound fluid fertilizer application techniques and nutrient management systems for modern high yielding production systems. The FFF accomplishes this mission by providing financial support for research focused on innovative uses of fluid fertilizers, disseminating research information to interested parties and conducting educational programs focused on agronomic and operational issues related to fluid fertilizers. Foundation. How Does The Foundation Operate? The Foundation is completely funded by member contributions and is run by a Board of Directors elected by the members. The Board is ultimately responsible for the overall operation of the Foundation. Management of the Foundation is on a contractual basis and there are no employees of the Foundation. Educational programming and research projects are determined and developed by the Research & Education Committee -- and the Research and Education Committee is comprised entirely of industry members. Who belongs to the Foundation? Industry leaders from the U.S., Canada, Australia and other countries Crop input suppliers and Distributors Fertilizer manufacturers Associated industry suppliers Commercial laboratories Other organizations and individuals
Late Spring 2013