The team at Incitec Pivot Fertilisers (IPF) will tonight be cheering on Australian Women’s National Basketball League’s (WNBL) Townsville Fire as they chase back-to-back championships.

Australia’s largest east coast manufacturer and distributor of fertiliser has today launched a new magazine, Dig Deep.

What are the key considerations in your nitrogen management strategy? The latest Agronomic Insight from our agronomy team is a deep dive into planning nitrogen applications and includes some great practical tips.

Wanting an efficient fertiliser solution that is readily available to the cotton plant and minimises waste, growers are jumping on the opportunity to hire 24,000 litre liquid storage tanks and have them delivered on farm ready for use.

Incitec Pivot’s acquisition of Yara operations in Moree and Whitton in New South Wales, and Boundary Bend in Victoria delivers excellent liquid fertiliser options to growers across the east coast of Australia.

Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) will say goodbye to its longest-serving employee, Tad Golonski, who is retiring after a remarkable 53-year career with the company.

A groundbreaking ceremony today in Western Australia’s Pilbara has marked the start of construction of Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers’ (PCF) urea plant which will provide Incitec Pivot Fertilisers (IPF) with a secure, long term supply of Australian urea.

Incitec Pivot Fertilisers (IPF) has now recovered 3 million kilograms of its own plastic bags since 2015 through the Australian Government Accredited Product Stewardship scheme, Big Bag Recovery.

The second edition of IPF magazine Dig Deep is available from the link below.

Congratulations to our Horticulture Heroes

Congratulations to those who beat the rush and secured delivery in February.

Sweet potatoes have been earmarked for a new ENTEC® fertiliser trial in Bundaberg this season. Rob Dwyer, Incitec Pivot Fertilisers’ Agronomist – Tropical Systems, is excited about the potential for ENTEC to reduce nitrogen losses, lift sweet potato yields and improve quality.

Yield increases following subsoil manuring are more likely to be driven by the nutrients supplied than the deep ripping process or the manure, according to a major subsoil manuring experiment in south-eastern Australia.

Agronomists were asked to consider the impact of sulphur leaching in an informative session led by Dr Chris Guppy during Incitec Pivot Fertilisers’ recent Agronomy Community forums.