The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation Publishes the Fluid Journal Archives Online

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The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation makes nearly two decades of articles and research about fertilizer, farming, crops, agriculture, and the environment, available for free on web and iPad

The Fluid Journal Online

Since its formation, the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation has funded over $3 million in fluid fertilizer research, and has accumulated thousands of pages of research data.

The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation (FFF) announced today that its flagship publication, The Fluid Journal, has enhanced its online presence to include nearly two decades of archives at its website http://www.fluidjournalonline.com

Since its formation, the FFF has funded over $3 million in fluid fertilizer research, and has accumulated thousands of pages of research data. The main goal of the Fluid Journal is to transfer this technical information into easy to read form to farmers and dealers so they may be better informed as to the technological advancements that the fluid fertilizer industry has achieved.

The Fluid Journal focuses on several areas:

  •      To evaluate the agronomics of fluid fertilizers in the production of maximum economic crop yields.
  •      To evaluate application techniques for fluid fertilizers.
  •      To investigate and inform our readers of innovative uses of fluid fertilizers under varied cultural, pest control and water management practices.
  •      To evaluate the efficiencies and conveniences of fluid fertilizer systems.
  •      To evaluate methods of controlling environmental problems with fluids.

The Fluid Journal highlights research projects sponsored by the Foundation and articles pertinent to the fertilizer industry and crop producers.

The Fluid Journal Online can be accessed freely by web browser and iPad at http://www.fluidjournalonline.com The Fluid Journal also provides links to its articles on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/fluidjournal

The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to providing research and education for the fluid fertilizer industry. Since its formation, the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation has provided over $3 million for research at our Land Grant Universities and government agencies. The Foundation is funded and overseen by contributing members of the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation. For more information or to become a member of the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation, contact the Foundation office at 785-776-0273 or visit the website at http://www.fluidfertilizer.com.

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