For the Kansas law associated with this area of our program, go to the Kansas Fertilizer Law and left mouse-click on the file. If you prefer to download the file, right mouse-click on the file.
We are responsible for ensuring that fertilizer products are properly labeled and safely stored. Safe storage preserves the integrity of the fertilizer product and helps prevent contamination of groundwater and surface water, and exposure to humans and animals. An accurate label guarantees that consumers, both urban and rural, have the information they need to choose the correct product and application amounts. We also regulate the storage and transport of anhydrous ammonia and we license individuals who blend fertilizer products.
Visit Fertilizer Product Registration List for the currently registered fertilizer products listed by registrant.
Important Note To All Fetilizer Registrants: Kansas law requires fertilizer registrants to file semiannual tonnage reports on their registered fertilizer products. These reports are due even if no product was sold during the reporting period. A late fee of $10 per day is applicable on any late report - regardless of the associated tonnage.
The most recent tonnage reports are:
- Fertilizer Use Total Jan-Jun 12
- Fertilizer Use Top 5 Grade Jan-Jun 12
- Fertilizer Use Second 5 Grade Jan-Jun 12
- Fertilizer Product Codes
- County Fertlilizer Codes
Visit Pesticide and Fertilizer Forms web page to find fertilizer forms.
Anhydrous Ammonia Storage Tank Policy KDA worked with industry representatives to develop the following policy to address anhydrous ammonia storage tanks without data plates clearly indicating a working pressure of at least 250 psi.