AmericanHort

www.americanhort.org

With a combined 220+ years of experience w ith the w hole of the plant and horticulture
services industry, AmericanHort w as formed by the ANLA and OFA members to unify the
industry, improve collaboration, increase organizational efficiencies, and expand the support for
the industry’s businesses.

Farwest Agribusiness Foundation

www.fwaa.org

Far West Agribusiness Association's mission is to enhance the business and safety environment for the fertilizer and agrichemical industry in Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Nevada, and Washington.

The Fertilizer Institute

www.tfi.org

TFI is the trade association representing the fertilizer industry. From manufacturers, to retailers to brokers, traders and transporters of commercial fertilizers, we represent companies that are, in some way, involved in making commercial fertilizers—or plant food—available to farmers here in the U.S. and worldwide.

Maximum Yield Magazine & Online Resource

www.maximumyield.com

Maximum Yield magazine has been a go-to source of information on controlled-environment gardening for modern growing professionals around the world.Wide-reaching and in-depth content including: hydroponics, organics, greenhouses, small space and container gardening to urban farms and vertical growing.

Oregon Winegrowers Association

www.oregonwinegrowers.org

To celebrate, promote, protect, and sustain Oregon's world class wines and our wine community.

University of California Agriculture & Natural Resources

http://ipm.ucanr.edu/TOOLS/TURF/SITEPREP/amenfert.html

UC Guide to Healthy Lawns – Fertilizers vs Soil Amendments

CNI Ag Independent Retailers

www.cniag.com/

CNI is a stock held marketing and sales corporation that has been doing business for over 40 years, supplying independently owned agricultural retailers in 26 states. The focus is to be the preferred supplier of agricultural inputs (crop protection products, seed and seed treatments, adjuvants, and micronutrients (CNI Agriminerals), to our dealers/owners which represent over 365 retail locations. Our operations stretch from the East Coast of the US to the West Coast, linking many of these agricultural markets. CNI offers great value to our customers with a consistent, reliable, and strong business model and to suppliers with influence, direction, molecule management, and access to the major US agricultural markets.

National Future Farmers Of America (FFA)

www.ffa.org/home

FFA is an intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership. It is one of the three components of agricultural education.

Oregon Association of Nurseries

www.oan.org/

The Oregon Association of Nurseries (OAN) is a non-profit trade association that represents nearly 900 individual nursery stock producers, retailers, landscapers and related companies serving the nursery and greenhouse industry.

The OAN is the main voice for Oregon's nursery and greenhouse producers, re-sellers, transporters, retailers and suppliers. The OAN is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors with oversight by a seven-member Executive Committee. Day-to-day functions are managed by an executive director and a paid professional staff.

Integrated Agribusiness Professionals (IAP)

www.iapros.com/pp/

IAP (Integrated Agribusiness Professionals) is an alliance of 31 independent agricultural chemical/fertilizer dealers throughout the United States with combined agricultural input sales in excess of $2.4 billion annually.

IAP owner outlets are strategically located across the U.S., with over 550 retail locations that employ over 2,000 licensed PCA’s (Pest Control Advisors) and CCA’s (Certified Crop Advisors). Growers rely heavily on these highly-trained crop professionals to check crops and write product use recommendations in areas of weed, insect, and disease control, crop fertility, and precision-farming technologies.

International Plant Propagators’ Society (IPPS)

www.ipps.org/

The International Plant Propagators’ Society (IPPS) is an international association of plant production professionals. The Society provides a forum for sharing plant production knowledge with the aim to improve the professionalism, knowledge and skills of its members.

IPPS has since its inception in 1951 developed into the leading global plant production knowledge network. It has a worldwide membership of over 1600 members who have the opportunity to meet regularly on a regional and international level by attending educational conferences, tours, field days and workshops. The Society offers various scholarships, research grants and exchange programs.

Agricultural Retailers Association

www.aradc.org/home

The Agricultural Retailers Association advocates, influences, educates and provides services to support sellers of seeds, nutrients, crop protection products, farm equipment, precision technology and agronomic services.

Nutrient Stewardship

www.nutrientstewardship.com/

The 4R philosophy is an innovative and science-based approach that offers enhanced environmental protection, increased production, increased farmer profitability, and improved sustainability. The concept is to use the right fertilizer source, at the right rate, at the right time, with the right placement. Implications of the 4R nutrient stewardship system will spread far and wide through agriculture and society as a whole. For fertilizer use to be sustainable, it must support cropping systems that provide economic, social, and environmental benefits. Enhanced understanding, adoption and promotion of 4R stewardship is the goal of the sponsors of this website.

To help address this challenge, The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) has been working collaboratively with the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI), the International Fertilizer Industry Association and the Canadian Fertilizer Institute (CFI) to advance the 4R nutrient stewardship initiative. Two goals within the initiative include establishing 4Rs as a recognizable strategy for economic, social, and environmental sustainability and expanding the adoption of 4R nutrient stewardship as well as the awareness of these efforts to federal and state program officials.

Oregon Agricultural Chemicals & Fertilizers Association (OACFA)

www.oacfa.com/    

Oregon Agricultural Chemicals & Fertilizers Association (OACFA) is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to promote the safe use of pesticide products and fertilizers; to advocate for the interests of those involved with the manufacture, sale,and use of these products; and to promote increased public awareness of the benefits provided by the agricultural chemicals and fertilizers industry. Membership is open to anyone involved with the manufacture, sale or use of pesticide products and fertilizers.

​​Oregon Landscape Contractors Association (OLCA)

www.oregonlandscape.org/

The Oregon Landscape Contractors Association (OLCA) is a not-for-profit statewide professional organization that advocates for the landscape industry on local, state and national issues affecting both the profession and the world we live in. OLCA functions through the active volunteer work of our membership. OLCA members are professionals, who take pride in their work and uphold the highest standards in horticulture, environmental practices, agriculture and the landscape business. Members are licensed, certified and insured and continue to advance their knowledge as technology, research and practices develop.

Horticultural Research Institute

www.hriresearch.org/

The Horticultural Research Institute, the AmericanHort Foundation, proudly supports scientific research and students for the advancement of the horticultural industry. HRI was established by industry leaders on the premise that no one could better direct needed research to advance horticulture than the very people who work in it, day in and day out.

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