At Fertasa we do our own analysis of import and export data received from SARS and make it available to our members only. There are a multitude of graphs available, such as:
These are just a few of the interactive reports. Where applicable, the graphs also filter between tariff codes 28 and 31, and all reports can be filtered by date range, historically from 2014.
BASOS/FACTS students are required to use the interactive portal for a number of functions:
There are a number of other functions available as well, and we strive to add more interactivity in the near future. Students are reminded periodically to register for the exams, and marks are sent automatically once available.
Do your applications for product registrations with the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries online through our new portal. We offer a step-by-step electronic process to guide you through your registration and highlight shortcomings:
We now have our popular Fertilizer Handbook available as an online version, although only in English for the time being. It has primarily been written for the use of persons who are involved in some way or another in a fertilizer advisory capacity. It is not intended to be a complete technical handbook, but rather a concise presentation covering a wide range of topics. For this reason, interested farmers and students will also find it to be a useful guide. It is prescribed as part of the agricultural curriculum at some Technikons and Universities in South Africa.