To get the best results when using fertilizers, the nutrients have to be spread accurately, evenly and at the right rate across the whole spreader width. Yara has joined forces with SCS to bring you the latest advice on spreading fertilizer.
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Before ordering your straight nitrogen it is worth considering how much you actually need as it may be you actually need NS or NPKS grades instead.
Spring, rather than autumn applications of some fertilizers have been shown to produce increases in cereal yields – so what’s the logic behind this approach?
Sulphur was often overlooked in the past but today it is recognised as an essential nutrient and considered just as important as nitrogen, so not to be forgotten.
Oslo, 26 October 2016: Yara International ASA has welcomed the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) decision to implement its global cap on the Sulphur content of marine fuel.
The regulation, which was ratified in London, will come into force in 2020.
Read more on why this decision is positive for society, the environment and the industry.
Some fertilizers consistently spread further and more accurately than others, so what are the properties to look for in a fertilizer if spreading accurately over wide bout widths is important to you.
The aim of an application of nitrogen during flowering is to maintain an efficient green leaf canopy that has been built with optimal spring nitrogen. Applying foliar urea has proved over different seasons to be an efficient form of nitrogen for the crop at this timing. As a foliar application it is less reliant on soil moisture after application to ensure it is utilised by the crop.
You can be forgiven if you are feeling somewhat confused by the current nitrogen scene. Some years ago life was very simple with only limited options available but today the choice is a whole lot more complicated.
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