Beans (French/Runner): 875 kg/ha in seedbed
Blueberries: 200 kg/ha as a spring applied base dressing
Calabrese: 875 to 1250 kg/ha as a base dressing
Celery: 375 to 625 kg/ha as a base dressing
Chinese Cabbage: 875 to 1250 kg/ha as a base dressing
Cucumber (field grown): 375 to 625 kg/ha as a base dressing.
Fertilizer Spreading Advice: When spreading fertilizers containing sulphur it is recommended to regularly clean the spreader vanes using a rag with a 'WD40' type lubricant to avoid a build-up of deposits.
Conifers: 250-400 kg/ha 1-3 year old trees, 400-600 kg/ha 4 year old onwards, applied as a spring dressing
Grapevines: 100 kg/ha applied as a top dressing after at start of Spring regrowth. For more detailed advice on rates and timings contact a Yara fruit specialist.
Leek: 875 kg/ha as a base dressing
Pears: New crops 300 kg/ha at planting. Established crops 400 to 800 kg/ha at bud burst.
Potatoes: Up to 1250 kg/ha in the seedbed. Exact recommendation depends on soil analysis and variety requirements. Refer to your local Yara area manager for detailed recommendation.
Sugar beet: Upto 875 kg/ha applied to the seedbed. Exact recommendation depends on soil analysis and nutrient management plan. Refer to your local Yara area manager for detailed recommendation.
Turf: Apply at 3-4 week intervals from April to October at 25-35 g/m² (250-350 kg/ha) For best results it is recommended to irrigate after application.
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