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Phosphorus in Agriculture and in Relation to Water Quality

01 November 2005 - 765kb PDF

In the context of discussions concerning levels of phosphorus in
surface waters, the AIC considers that a clear understanding of the science behind the potential for transfer of the proportion of phosphorus derived from farmed land to water is
essential.

Nutrients for Plants

27 April 2005 - 268kb PDF

A background briefing

Phosphorus

15 March 2005 - 82kb PDF

Phosphorus is a constituent of genes and has a central role in energy transfer and protein metabolism.

Potash/Potassium (1)

15 March 2005 - 94kb PDF

Potassium maintains the salt balance in plant and animal cells and is important for healthy metabolism.

Nitrogen (N)

01 March 2005 - 119kb PDF

Nitrogen is a major nutrient essential to
life.

Guidance for the disposal or utilisation of AN based fertiliser

11 June 2004 - 50kb PDF

This guidance has been produced by the Fertiliser Sector of the Agricultural Industries Confederation (AI)C in consultation with the HSE and Defra to assist the holder of such material in determining the most appropriate measure for this purpose.

Handling Big Bags on Farm

07 April 2004 - 78kb PDF

Product Stewardship for Fertilisers
500kg 600kg 1000kg

Farming animals for food towards a moral menu fec 2001

07 November 2003 - 3748kb PDF

The third report published by Food Ethics Council

Guidance on the Ammonium Nitrate Materials (High Nitrogen Content) Safety Regulations 2003

18 July 2003 - 115kb PDF

FMA Guidance Note (Version 1 - 18th July 2003)
This Guidance reflects the FMA's current understanding and interpretation of the Regulations. It may be subject to future amendment in the light of experience gained in working with the Regulations and to reflect changes which may be made to them.

Guidance on Notification of Installations Handling Hazardous Substances (Amendment) Regulations 2002 (NIHHS)

02 February 2002 - 36kb PDF

The Notification of Installations Handling Hazardous Substances (Amendment) Regulations 2002 (NIHHS) requires that any site which contains or is liable to contain 150 tonnes or more of a Hazardous Substance specified in the Regulations shall be notified to the Health and Safety Executive.

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