Fertiliser Storage News

  • Satellite Imagery and Liquid Fertiliser Tanks For Increased Yields

    Productivity in farming is of course a major area of focus, and according to the Financial Times, one UK farmer is relying on satellite imagery to help with fertiliser administration.  Looking at images of his Hampshire farm, the darker blue pools indicate where there needs to be more fertiliser used, whilst the yellow areas indicate where less fertiliser is required. As a result, yields on ...


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  • Fertiliser Storage Tanks and the Latest ADAS Farming Report

    The latest arable crop report from the Agricultural Development and Advisory Service (ADAS) was recently published, revealing that winter drilled crops were in good condition at the end of March. It also reveals that winter wheat crops were in good condition at the end of the month with typical crops at the end of late tillering stage. The control of black-grass and broadleaved weeds was good, ...


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  • Fertiliser Storage Tanks – Fertiliser Optimisation This Growing Season

    As farmers focus on the growing season, an East Yorkshire farm machinery importer recently publicly shared its knowledge of precision farming methods with Rt. Hon Michael Jack CBE at an open day at Stockbridge Technology Centre, Selby. The former MP was shown how a specially-adapted tractor that features a unique seed drill allows farmers to place seeds with extreme accuracy. Also this week, we ...


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  • Fertiliser Calibration and Product Choice – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Farming UK recently examined how the correct set-up and calibration of spreaders can have a significant impact on the effectiveness of fertiliser applications.  Correctly calibrated spreaders ensure the uniform application to grassland and maximum benefit from application.  However, according to Rob Foxall, manager of spreader testing company, SCS, calibration is not just about getting ...


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  • How to Save Money This Growing Season With Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Soil analysis seems to be becoming a more widespread practice amongst many UK farms these days, as farmers understand more and more the impact that correctly balanced soil can have on crop yields, not to mention how efficiently liquid fertiliser is applied too. With the growing season just around the corner, fertiliser is once again a hot topic in farming. Not only are application practices and ...


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  • Nitrous Fertiliser Prices Remain High Despite Falling Fuel Prices – Liquid Fertilizer Tanks Enable Bulk Buying Savings

    Falling fuel prices.  International gas prices falling by about 27 per cent compared to last year’s prices.  Yet nitrogenous fertilizers continue to remain high, according to Herald Scotland.  With gas accounting for around 60 per cent of ammonia’s production costs, AN (ammonium nitrate) and urea values seem to be remaining pretty much the same. Spot crop and milk-farm ...


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  • Farmers Seen Cutting Fertiliser Use – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks To Bulk Buy

    Although this is a US story, it makes for interesting reading for all farmers who use liquid fertiliser. Farming UK detailed this week how US farmers have been seen to be cutting back on fertiliser usage as crop prices slide. So far throughout autumn, it’s been one way of clawing back costs in response to crop prices dropping to multi-year lows and a delayed harvest. Ten of twelve US farm ...


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  • Silage Production Hindered – Silage Inoculation, Sprayers and Vertical Storage Tanks

    If you follow Farming Life then you may have heard their report that it might not be a very good year for silage production.  Tests on grass this year have shown that nitrate levels are high and that sugar and dry matter low.  Apparently, a combination of changeable weather has resulted in conditions that are far from ideal for grass. Speaking to Farming Life, expert Tommy Armstrong ...


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