Regenerative Fertilizer

WHY Rock Phosphate?

Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for all living organisms, considered the second most important nutrient for plant growth, playing a crucial role in photosynthesis, respiration, energy storage, cell division and cell enlargement as well as other processes

We mine high-grade (P2O5), organically certified rock phosphate throughout western North America where it is processed into various finished forms of fertilizer. Whether that’s as a raw product for use in further manufacturing blends or pelleted/granulated with additional elements such as nitrogen, potassium, sulfur, silica or humates. Our objective is to provide solutions specific to our customer’s needs.

Fertoz rock phosphate also contains a high quality source of calcium, silica and micro nutrients such as zinc, boron and manganese that benefits the viability of soil organisms, continuously feeding the crop with essential nutrients for higher yields.

Significant environmental benefits associated with our products include non-leaching properties (90% less loss), avoiding pollution of our waterways which conventional phosphate fertilizers continue to do. We also utilize 95% of what we mine and process, unlike synthetic fertilizers which produce phosphogypsum stacks that may be contaminated with nuclear wastes such as radon, a potential environmental hazard to our underground water systems. In addition to this our products help to improve soil health through increased organic matter, reduced salts and additional biological matter.


What is regenerative agriculture?

This is a term coined in the 1980s that continues to evolve as we learn more about co-existing with nature has been best summarised by The National Resource Defense Council as:

  1. Improving soil health
  2. Increasing biodiversity
  3. Aiding in carbon sequestration
  4. Incorporating humane treatment of livestock and farmworkers
  5. Improving the overall larger ecosystem.

Fundamentally, it aims to provide a sustainable balance between the environment and society as a whole for the long-term success of our future.

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