DAFF Group 3 guidelines

Argus Africa Fertilizer Directory

IFA position on crop NUE

4R Extension handbook (IPNI)

Harvest Zinc Fertiliser Project

Africa's Agricultural Potential

The FSSA handbook on sampling practice for fertilisers

Naming products - Fertasa 2014

Zn project report

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Fertasa is a recognised and preferred body aimed at promoting the image of the fertiliser industry through:

  • Promoting the integrity of each member and building preferential trust for their products and services.
  • Enhancing and protecting the interest of its members through effective engagement with government and organised agriculture.

This is because Fertasa members are committed to:

  • A code of conduct;
  • An audited set of standards;
  • Relevant scientifically based recommendations;
  • Continual learning and improvement


To provide a credible platform to promote the responsible and sustainable use of fertilisers.


To be recognised as the representative voice for the fertiliser industry and as the stamp of approval for responsible and sustainable soil fertility and plant nutrition in Southern Africa.

Code of Conduct

Members of Fertasa subscribe to a code of conduct and undertake to:

  • Conform to the mission and objectives of Fertasa as stipulated in the Memorandum of Incorporation;
  • Act in accordance with the letter and spirit of laws and regulations which have relevance on the fertiliser and agricultural lime industries;
  • Respect and honour contractual agreements entered into with their customers and suppliers;



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ESAF: East and Southern Africa Fertiliser Trade Platform

– The East and Southern Africa region has 22 countries, 10 of which the International Monetary Fund considers to be some of the fastest growing economies in the world. However, with this economic growth the region continues to be plagued by malnutrition, hunger and poverty. The region - like so many on the continent - has vast amounts of arable land, but due to low agricultural productivity and poor soil management by the population, agriculture has not ameliorated poverty and hunger among the rural poor where 70% of the population resides.

Therefore, investing in improved agricultural production is vital to the region's economic transformation to bring about lasting solutions for alleviating poverty and achieving food security on the continent. The African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership n collaboration with the Alliance for Commodity Trade on East and Southern Africa (ACTESA) has established the East and Southern Africa Fertilizer Trade Platform (ESAF) to facilitate and coordinate enhanced private sector investment and participation in the procurement and distribution of fertiliser in the region.



Fertasa announces with pride its members who have been awarded the Fertasa Certificate of Compliance:

Metson Manufacturing
Profert - Davey Road, Durban
Profert - Methvin Road, Durban
Liquigro Holdings
Experse - a Division of AECI Limited
Omnia Fertilizers
Profert Argent
Profert - Port Elizabeth
NWK Limited
To request an audit of your facilities please contact
------ Joe Hanekom
------ Africompliance
------ joe@africompliance.co.za


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