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In 2015, China government made fertilizer zero-growth policy and industry transition. Over use of fertilizers not only increase cost and cause soil acidification, but also cause imbalance of secondary and microelements in soil. Fertilizer zero-growth policy has great significance for guaranteeing the safety of grain, agricultural products and agro-ecology.

 

In order to decrease fertilizer consumption, the utility rate must be improved and new fertilizers should be popularized. Currently, new fertilizers, especially secondary and microelements fertilizers are growing rapidly. As industry associations, we have the obligation to enhance industry management and help fertilizer manufacturers a way of development. During 18th China International Agrochemical & Crop Protection Exhibition (CAC) and 8th China International Fertilizer Show (FSHOW) on 1-3 March, 2017, 2017 International Fertilizer Development and Trade Conference will jointly launched by CCPIT Sub-council of Chemical Industry and China Inorganic Salt Industry Association. Themed on Upgrading and Transformation of Fertilizer Industry in Fertilizer Zero-growth Policy, the conference will deeply analyze relative policies in China, discuss the technical upgrade of fertilizer, analyze future development of fertilizer and it market trend. Secondary and microelements fertilizers and soil conditioners are the two sub-sessions in the conference. 

 

More than 350 fertilizer FSHOW exhibitors, many domestic fertilizer dealers, fertilizer overseas buyers, from the Asia-pacific, the Middle East, Europe and the United States fertilizer manufacturers and traders will meet in Shanghai, 2017 China international fertilizer development and trade Conference sincerely invite you to attend!


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2017 China International Fertilizer Development and Trade Forum

9:00-18:00 28th Feb, 2017

Morning

28th Feb, 2017

Theme

Speaker

9:00-9:30

Opening Ceremony And Welcome Speech

Leader from China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation

Chairman of CCPIT CHEM

Chairman of CISIA

9:00-9:30

Driving On The Upgrade Of Traditional Industry And Promoting New Fertilizers

Material Department, Ministry of Industry and Information

9:30-10:00

Promoting The Reform Of The Supply Front And Strengthening Agricultural Service

Department of Crop Production, Ministry of Agriculture

10:00-10:30

The Development Trend Of Fertilizer And The Utilization Of Special Fertilizers In Western Countries

Dr. Kevin Moran, International Fertilizer Association (IFA)

10:30-11:00

The Reform Of The Supply Front In Fertilizer

China Agricultural University

11:00-11:30

The Transformation And Upgrade Of Fertilizer Industry In Zero-Growth Policy

Dr. Gao Xiangzhao, Chief Expert of NATESC

11:30-12:00

The Current Situation And The Policies Of Medium And Micro Element Fertilizers In China And Abroad

 Ye Lijun, Deputy Chief Engineer, China National Petroleum & Chemical Planning Institute

12:00-14:00   Buffet

Afternoon, 28th Feb

Theme

Speaker

14:00-14:30

The Current Situation And Development Trend Of China New Fertilizer

Mrs. Chen Li, Director of CNCIC

14:30-15:00

The Technical Path And Case Analysis Of Fertilizer Upgrade

Dr. Zhao Bingqiang, Secretary General of CSPNF

15:00-15:30

The Discussion Of The Technique Of New Fertilizer

Dr. Chen Yuguang, Fanqingsheng Utilized Biotechnology International Research Center

15:30-16:00

The Development Trend The Technical Analysis Of Liquid Fertilizers In China And Abroad

Prof Zhang Chenglin, South China Agricultural University

16:00-16:30

The Development Of International Special Fertilizer And The Introduction Of New Products Of ICL

ICL

16:30-17:00

Enhancing The Research Of Medium And Micro Element Fertilizers And Promoting The Scientific Fertilization

Prof Chen Xinping, China Agricultural University

17:00-18:00   Guest Dialogue

Section One: The Market Situation and Future Development of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers

Theme: Market demand and product and technique development

Section Two: Discussion on international market of new fertilizers

Theme: Internationalization of China new fertilizers

Reception Banquet

13301730 1st March

Medium and Micro Element Fertilizer Seminar

Afternoon, 1st March

Theme

Speaker

1330-1340

Speech by Chairman of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizer Association

Mr. Li Wei, Chairman of Anhui Huawo Eco-fertilizer Technology Co., Ltd.

1340-13:50

Current Situation and Development of medium and micro element fertilizers in China

Standing Deputy Secretary General of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers Association

1350-1510

The Addition of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers in Compound Fertilizers

Prof Tang Jianwei, Deputy Dean, School of Chemical Engineering and Energy, Zhengzhou University

1510-15:30

The Utilization and Agricultural Service of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers

Dr. Zhu Binbin, Senior Engineer, China National Petroleum & Chemical Planning Institute

15:30-17:30  Guest Dialogue

Dialogue One

The Development and Transformation of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers

Guests: Stanley, Sinofert, Kingenta, etc.

Dialogue

Two

The Utilization and Agricultural Service of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers

Guests: China Agricultural University, South China Agricultural University, etc.

Dialogue

Three

Setting up the Benchmark of Medium and Micro Element Fertilizers and Promoting its Certification and Standardization

Guests, Ministries, CNIS, etc.

Soil Remediation and Soil Conditioner Seminar

 

China Soil Improvement and the Utilization of New Fertilizer

Prof Hu Shuwen, China Agricultural University

 

The Development of Soil Remediation Technique in China and Abroad

Mr. Liu Jianming, Researcher, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, China Academy of Sciences

 

The current Situation of China Soil and the Current Usage of Soil Conditioner

Nanjing Soil Research Institute, CAS

 

The Market Analysis of China Soil Conditioner

China Agricultural University

17:00-18:00   Guest Dialogue    Soil Remediation and Soil Conditioner

Guests: Shandong Agricultural University, Western Environment Protection, etc.

 

 


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