BASF opens upgraded facility for crop protection products

Reading Time: < 1 minute BASF Canada Agricultural Solutions (BASF) recently unveiled its upgraded facility for producing crop protection products. The $14 million upgrade was the largest investment the company has made in the Canadian market in a decade. The Regina, Sask. facility will benefit from an upgraded laboratory, a new control room and increased capacity which will allow it […] Read more

Farmers don’t have to directly interact with suppliers when they take delivery of seed and other crop inputs, so low-risk delivery of products should be possible in time for planting.

Crop input availability should be normal despite COVID-19

Farmers should take steps to limit risk of future disruption, says GFO CEO

Reading Time: 3 minutes Barring some changes to business interaction behaviours, producers should be able to access production inputs as usual this growing season – but accessing seasonal labour is another story.   Why it matters: Currently, the supply of fertilizer, chemicals, seed, and other inputs remain unaffected by the spread COVID-19 and subsequent mitigation efforts.   Keith Currie, president […] Read more

“It’s not only about working with NPK, it’s working smartly around plant nutrition.”

Soil health products part of new entrant’s offering

Fertilizer stabilizers among products coming from Timac Agro

Reading Time: 2 minutes A French company is bringing its unique model and crop technology to Ontario. Timac Agro Canada, a division of international agriculture company The Roullier Group, offers fertilizer products, especially stabilizers and treatments than can help with nutrient efficiency in soils. The company started in France when the founder discovered that there were opportunities to use […] Read more