New fertiliser product types will be assessed to verify compliance with legislation. To make an application, contact Feedenquiries@agriculture.gov.ie for information on what is required.
Mutual recognition applies to a fertiliser that is lawfully marketed in one EU member state. An application must be made to place a fertiliser on the market in Ireland through Mutual Recognition. To make an application, contact Feedenquiries@agriculture.gov.ie
for information on what is required.
Importing of Fertiliser
The attached Import Notification Form should be used to notify fertiliser imports. Complete forms should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
prior to the arrival of the consignment.
Trader Notice No. 02/2019 RE: Arrangements for the control of Fertilisers originating from outside of the European Union.
The Regulation that allows for the free trade of fertilisers within the EU, Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council, would no longer apply to the United Kingdom.
Trader Notice No. 02/2020 RE: The inclusion and labelling of inhibitors in fertilisers
The regulations allow for a range of inclusion levels of inhibitors (min - max). The rate of inhibitor used must meet minimum regulatory requirements, should ensure effective reduction in greenhouse gas/ammonia emissions and should be based on independent research relevant to Irish climatic conditions where possible.