Mosaic Announces New Environmental Net Zero Targets
FLORIDA WILL BE REACHED BY 2030, COMPANYWIDE BY 2040
December 9, 2021
Sustainably growing more food depends on fertilizers, which are responsible for producing up to 60% of all crop yields. By 2050, the global population is expected to reach 9.8 billion people, and experts estimate agricultural productivity must increase to enable farmers to produce enough crops. Fertilizers are critical to doing that without increasing global emissions or contributing to deforestation and poverty.
So, we areRead More
Help Pack the Pantries this Holiday Season
FOOD DRIVE FOR FANS
November 30, 2021
Fans can help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and The Mosaic Company pack the pantries this holiday season by donating nonperishable food items Sunday at Raymond James Stadium before the Buccaneers take on the Buffalo Bills. Kickoff for the highly anticipated Week 14 matchup is at 4:25 p.m.ET.
In support of the Tackling Hunger Fueled by Mosaic program, food donations will benefit Feeding Tampa Bay, part of the national Feeding AmericaRead More
How Do We Develop New Products?
LEARN MORE ABOUT MOSAIC RESEARCH
November 18, 2021
The Mosaic Company is the world’s leading integrated producer of concentrated phosphate and potash—two of the three most important nutrients in agriculture. Growers rely on Mosaic to provide high quality products that consistently deliver for improved agricultural productivity
. As you might expect, that means we conduct significant research to ensure our products are effective and reliable. Not only do we adhere to strict operational
Audubon Florida and Mosaic Partner to Document Bird Count
HOOKER’S PRAIRIE HOME TO BREEDING SPOONBILLS
November 15, 2021
Mosaic ended its operations at Hooker’s Prairie, Florida, an area near Fort Meade, in 2014 and began returning every acre mined back to productive use through a process called land reclamation; a State requirement since 1975. Since ceasing operations there, Mosaic employees noticed Roseate Spoonbills nesting at the site. Roseate spoonbills are listed by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as an Imperiled species, whichRead More