Understanding China’s Fertilizer Registration

Apr. 1st, 2020

Kaden Yang



China is one of the largest countries in the world, boasting a population of 1.4 billion and a large agricultural sector. Thus, it may come as no surprise that increasing grain production has occupied a key role in agricultural development.

Fertilizers are widely used in production due to their rich nutrient contents and significant effect on crop yields. With the rapid rise in the prices of grain and agricultural products in China in the last years, there has likewise been a hike in demand for fertilizers. Currently, the production and use of fertilizers in China ranks first globally, making the Asian giant a fertile soil for the potential for growth. Therefore, for foreign manufactures seeking to enter the Chinese market, it is capital that they learn what makes China’s fertilizer registration unique, the challenges and opportunities afforded by its market, the current figures handled in terms of fertilizer imports and foreign companies registered and operating in Chinese soil.

In the last few months, the novel coronavirus outbreak has had a profound impact on China’s supply chain, as in many other countries around the world. During this period, if foreign enterprises want to enter the Chinese market, what barriers will they come across? how have government policies affected the trade in this field?

In order to provide comprehensive compliance consulting and market access strategies for foreign fertilizer manufacturers, REACH24H will hold a free webinar on April 1, 2020. The aim? To offer a thorough overview and open up the floor to all professionals interested in discussing China’s fertilizer registration compliance strategies. The webinar will include a comprehensive analysis of current fertilizer registration types in China, the selection of target crops and experiments that are critical to the completion of registration.

Webinar Details

The webinar is free and open to those registered.

English Session

Date Apr 1, 2020 (Wednesday)
Time Beijing Time 22:30-23:00
New York Time (EST) 09:30-10:00 am
GMT Time 14:30-15:00
Language English

Chinese Session

Date Apr 1, 2020 (Wednesday)
Time Beijing Time 15:00-15:30

Webinar Contents

  1. A comprehensive introduction to China Fertilizer regulation
  2. Analysis of fertilizer registration types, registration process and timelines
  3. Introducing differences between the China legal representative company and distributors in China
  4. Registration and renewal of extensions for fertilizers during the coronavirus epidemic


Mr. Kaden Yang

Regulatory Consultant, AD Division

Mr.Kaden Yang works under the Agrochemical Division of REACH24H as Regulatory Consultant. He develops regulatory consulting strategies on fertilizer and pesticide registration for China. As a professional, he is committed to designing regulatory solutions for domestic and foreign enterprises, providing quality regulatory consulting services.

Bringing Experience and Compliance Knowledge: REACH24H and China’s Fertilizer Industry

The Agrochem Department technical team consists of experts with solid toxicological and eco-toxicological background in both research and regulatory affairs form the Fertilizer unit. REACH24H has achieved years of knowledge and experience in risk assessment, the identification of substances and strategies for data collection.

We always prioritize innovation, adding to our regulatory compliance services a fully integrated regulatory news platform Chemlinked, providing access to the latest developments in Fertilizer Management in China.

In the last few years, we have brought our latest research and case studies out to the world by holding seminars and webinars in a regular basis. Cooperating with leading regulatory services providers, law enforcement authorities and industry associations, we have held workshops in Europe, Asia and North America, sharing all of China’s latest chemical regulations. In addition, we are proud to have our experts invited by official institutions and chemical-related companies to conferences all over the world to understand how China’s chemical industry is moving forward and aligning with international standards.

For more information, please refer to:


Contact Us

Li Liu

Regulatory Consultant, Agrochem Department

Tel:+86 (0)571-87007549

Mob:+86 15068710793(WhatsApp/ Skype)