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Fluid Technology Workshop
DoubleTree by Hilton Sacramento
2001 Point West Way
Sacramento, CA 95815
800-344-4321 by 11/17/14
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December 9-10, 2014
Agenda • Registration
Talking Stick Resort
9800 E. Indian Bend Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85256
February 16-18, 2015
The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation held their annual Fluid Forum on February 18-19, 2013 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Forum spotlighted a terrific program that included all of our cooperating research leaders and several invited speakers. Presentations by all of the research project leaders of current FFF supported projects covered crops ranging from corn to soybeans to vegetable crops and wheat – in addition to soil-fertilizer chemistry related projects applicable to all crops. Geographically, the research project presentations ranged coast to coast across the U.S., Argentina and Australia. (continued)
The Fluid Fertilizer Foundation (FFF) is the research and education arm of the fluid fertilizer industry.
Founded in 1982, the Foundation represents the combined efforts of fertilizer dealers, equipment manufacturers, suppliers of allied products, agricultural chemical producers, commercial laboratories and basic producers of plant nutrients to provide research and educational funding for continued improvement in the application and efficiency of fluid fertilizers.
The Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation. Through contractual management, the Foundation is able to direct a high percentage of its support into research and education projects.
When you belong to the FFF, you'll have access to all the current trends and breakthroughs in fluid fertilizer technology necessary to keep your business competitive in today's rapidly changing ag industry.
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