18C.71 MINNESOTA AGRICULTURAL FERTILIZER RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
Subdivision 1. Eligible projects.
Eligible project activities include research, education, and
technology transfer related to the production and application of fertilizer, soil amendments, and
other plant amendments. Chosen projects must contain a component of outreach that achieves a
timely dissemination of findings and their applicability to the production agricultural community.
Subd. 2. Awarding grants.
Applications for program grants must be submitted in the form
prescribed by the Minnesota Agricultural Fertilizer Research and Education Council. Applications
must be submitted on or before the deadline prescribed by the council. All applications are subject
to a thorough in-state review by a peer committee established and approved by the council. Each
project meeting the basic qualifications is subject to a yes or no vote by each council member.
Projects chosen to receive funding must achieve an affirmative vote from at least eight of the 12
council members or two-thirds of voting members present. Projects awarded program funds must
submit an annual progress report in the form prescribed by the council.
Subd. 3. Annual audit.
The program must have an annual audit of financial activities, which
the council must file with the commissioner on or before June 1 for the immediately preceding
year ending December 31.
Subd. 4. Expiration.
This section expires January 8, 2017.
History: 2007 c 45 art 1 s 30