A new law will help guide Canadians as they decide which crops to plant and how they should fertilize their lawns.
The government says that the law will create a more accurate, consistent and fair data set that will help people make informed decisions.
As part of the legislation, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will begin collecting data on what fertilizers are being used on Canadian farms and fields.
The new legislation will also ensure that all farmers who are using fertilizers will be required to post their information on their websites and to publish a notice of non-compliance with the new law.
But the changes won’t come cheap.
The cost of a new fertilizer comes to about $7 a pound.
The federal government estimates the new legislation is expected to cost $50 million a year to implement.
But a review of the program last year by the federal government’s parliamentary budget officer found that the new laws will be revenue neutral.
The changes are also expected to save the federal treasury an estimated $10 million annually.
The legislation will be introduced in the House of Commons on Monday, April 13, 2018, but the bill has not yet been tabled in the legislature.
In order to be able to collect the data on the data that farmers are reporting to the agency, farmers must post a notice on their sites stating that they are reporting a low fertility fertilizer.
The law also allows farmers to update their websites if their fertilizers change.
The measure also allows the agency to conduct field visits to collect data.
It will also allow the government to collect information on how farmers use fertilizers and will require the government of every province to collect similar data.
This will help ensure that farmers and consumers have the information they need to make informed choices about which crops are appropriate for their lawn.
The CRTC says the legislation will save the Canadian economy $7.2 billion over five years.
But critics say the bill will also lead to higher costs.
The Canadian Association of Graziers says that growers will be expected to follow a set of “guidelines” for the application of fertilizers on their fields, and that farmers will be forced to post a statement on their website about the use of fertilizer on their land.
“These new requirements will be difficult for farmers to meet, and will have a material and negative impact on the profitability of Canada’s dairy industry,” the association said in a statement.
The association also said that it would not be surprised if some growers complained about the new rules and would be reluctant to renew fertilizers.
The dairy industry says that farmers have reported that the fertilizers have not changed over the past five years and that they have had no problems with the use.