Join America’s Fertilizer Professionals
at “The Southwest” in San Antonio
July 15-19, 2017

It is significant that all company personnel in attendance be registered for the conference. We also ask that you ensure registration for all individuals with whom you meet during the conference. That process allows the SWFC leadership to continue its focus on providing a cost-effective networking opportunity for the entire fertilizer industry without distraction.

The association’s leadership continues to seek methods to improve the conference. Here are some items worth noting:

  • Registration fees before July 1st will be $245 per person, and $300 afterwards.
  • The conference agenda has changed. The traditional Tuesday morning educational session will be replaced with a breakfast with a notable VIP speaker. Registration for the breakfast is optional – a ticket may be purchased through the conference registration process.
  • Real-time internet access to the current registration list prior to the conference, with appointment scheduling assistance, will continue with enhancements.
  • Golf Tournament: We are pleased to announce the conference affiliation with the Nutrients for Life Foundation who will be producing the golf tournament. You can now register and support the tournament through the SWFC registration system.
  • New tool this year! The conference will have a phone app that will provide live updates to the registration list, suite and meeting site listings, and appointments request links, among many other useful tools.

The 2016 conference in San Antonio was again successful on all accounts. Here are some highlights:

  • Attendance was the highest in its history at 1,796.
  • 156 company meeting sites were reserved, including 38 meeting modules in the Fertilizer Exchange.
  • 812 companies were represented.
  • Participants from 23 countries were in attendance.

Everyone is there, because everyone is there!

America’s fertilizer businesses are part of a multi-billion dollar industry that provides farmers with the nutrients necessary for them to produce crops to meet the world's demand for food, feed, fiber and fuel. These nutrients include phosphorus, nitrogen and other essential elements that promote the health and sustainability of the soil.

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