Fertasa

Responsible & Sustainable Soil Fertility And Plant Nutrition

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.

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Fertasa Interactive is a portal with many features including:

  • Fertilizer Import and Export Statistics
  • BASOS/FACTS Course Study Material and Exam Registration and Results Tracking
  • Electronic Fertilizer Product Registration Assistance

If you wish to apply for access to any of the above, please click here to read more.

 

Fertilizer Information

Fertasa strives to provide information on fertilizer and crop related topics. Apart from assistance with fertilizer applications, queries relating to fertilizer usage, plant nutrition and soil fertility usage, plant nutrition and soil fertility are referred to our Technical Advisers or Subject Matter Specialists for their expert opinions and advice.

 

Member companies and others are encouraged to share their experiences in proven techniques and novel approaches in ensuring social, environmental and economic sustainability for all.

 

For other agricultural products and services, click here.

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