The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) President and CEO Corey Rosenbusch has praised Congress for introducing the Plant Biostimulant Act.
Report highlights improvement in key priority areas of workforce safety, energy and the environment, fertilizer use, and industry innovation.
TFI does not support lowering NAAQS levels and instead believes that the EPA should retain the current PM NAAQS.
Congress has passed the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2022, a key piece of legislation related to our nation’s water infrastructure.
The situation is compounded by continuing logistical and supply chain disruptions that remain unresolved.
The grant funding is available through the Fertilizer Production Expansion Program.
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) today continued urging agreement between rail carriers and labor groups to avoid an economically […]
Shipments of fertilizer products will start coming off rail networks as early as this Monday amid stoppage.
Surface Transportation Board notified of poor rail service and the negative impact it is having on the fertilizer industry.
United States has one of the most robust and competitive fertilizer industries in the world.
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) President Corey Rosenbusch submitted key testimony at Surface Transportation Board hearing “Urgent Issues in Freight Rail Service.”
The administration must work with the Canadian government to avert a major railway labor strike and to rescind the cross-border vaccine mandate.
The situation will add additional pressure on a market that has already experienced many challenges over the last 18 months.
CF Industries, Inc.’s CEO Tony Will serves as TFI’s Chairman and Scott McGinn, Koch Fertilizer will serve as Vice Chairman.
The Biostimulant Council will advance policy and regulatory frameworks that increase biostimulant market access and encourage research and innovation.
The Fertilizer Institute President & CEO Corey Rosenbusch applauded the President and Congress for extending the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards program for three years.
In a letter sent to President Donald Trump, The Fertilizer Institute requested that government recognize fertilizer and all agriculture inputs as “essential services”.