Ohio farmers have less than a year to get certified in fertilizer application to be permitted to use fertilizer under Ohio law.
In 2014, Ohio passed the Agriculture Nutrients Certification law and Dr. Mary Ann Rose with Ohio State University says farmers need to be certified if they wish to use fertilizers on their fields.
“If they are fertilizing an agricultural commodity greater than 50 acres. There are some exceptions. For example this law does not cover manure application. It’s essentially N,P, and K guaranteed analysis fertilizer.” says Rose.
Dr. Rose says a few seminars will be held this fall throughout Ohio but the majority of the training sessions (To read more, Click the link below):