IFDC Report, Volume 13, No. 2
This report highlights Alex Haley's address at the IFDC Century Club, where he emphasized the importance of understanding our shared humanity and cultural differences. Haley, a renowned writer known for his book "Roots," traced his ancestry back to West Africa and highlighted the struggle for dignity and human inspiration all people possess. The report also discusses Haley's involvement in humanitarian projects and his praise for the work of IFDC in making the world a better place. Additionally, the report mentions an international workshop on NPK fertilizer production alternatives, emphasizing the need for balanced crop nutrition and the exploration of new technologies. It also highlights IFDC's research on sulfur fertilizers in West Africa, showcasing the importance of sulfur for crop yields and the potential for low application rates. The report concludes with the WAFMEN annual meeting, where delegates discussed fertilizer management and evaluation in West Africa.
Sulfur fertilizers, NPK fertilizers, Soil