Growing up with agriculture – by Ann Thompson, FQC Executive Director
Groundspread Magazine (P13)
“By engaging children in agriculture early on we can teach them where our food comes from and why this country is so good at producing it. We can also introduce the subject of careers ...
Children need to know about agriculture – by Ann Thompson, FQC Executive Director
“Getting children interested in agriculture is important if we want our future agriculture workforce to come from within New Zealand.”
Fertmark gives Kiwi farmers peace of mind – by Anders Crofoot, FQC Chairman
“The Fertmark assurance scheme was launched in 1992, after the government withdrew from fertiliser auditing.”
Industry organisations often work together but it is not always clear how these partnerships operate or who’s involved, says FQC Chairman, Anders Crofoot.
Groundspreaders put health and safety first – by Anders Crofoot, FQC Chairman
“When new laws come into effect, not everyone embraces them, Legislative changes often create extra work and involve increased spend.”
“Anders Crofoot, Chairman of the Fertiliser Quality Council, urges fertiliser spreaders to check the Spreadmark certification status of their company and their vehicles.”
How to make the most of spreading – by Ann Thompson, FQC Executive Director
“Difficult times often bring out the resourcefulness in us all. Financial necessity forces us to scrutinisze our outgoings and look for the best value product or service at the best price.”
Are you Spreadmark certified? – by Ann Thompson, FQC Executive Director
“The Spreadmark motif is a sure way of giving your customers confidence, says Ann Thompson, Executive Director of the Fertiliser Quality Council (FQC) It is human nature to trust one another. Generally, people accept what others ...