Fodder Articles

  • A big slug year ahead?

    In addition to the weather, stubble clean-ups and green bridge carry-over are the two other major contributors, which means that high slug pellet usage on farms across the UK is likely this year, explains Justin Smith agronomist for Bartholomews Agri Food Ltd. “I work with farmers in the East Sussex and Kent areas, most of whom farm in vulnerable water catchment areas and are looking for ...


    By Certis UK

  • Soy Barometer 2014

    When people hear the word “soy” most of them think of soy milk and meat substitutes such as tofu. But many of us don’t realise that soybeans are present in more than half of the products in the supermarket, in one way or another, and that we consume more soy than we think. The majority of soybeans are used to manufacture soybean oil and protein rich soymeal, an important ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Considerations on the importance of nutrition habits for the national nitrogen balance of Austria

    The anthropogenic nitrogen turnover of Western societies is highly unbalanced. As a consequence, a permanent supply of nitrogen via mineral fertiliser (produced with high energy inputs) and/or imported fodder are required and result in significant impacts of nitrogen emissions on the environment (air, water, soil). Key factors to an improved nitrogen balance on a national scale are the nutrition ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Soil salinity and exchangeable cations in a wastewater irrigated area, India

    Received for publication May 29, 2008. The salinity and cation composition of water and soil were documented in a large (98 km2) wastewater-irrigated area (WIA) downstream of Hyderabad, India. The wastewater, which flows in a river that passes through the city, had a high to very high salinity hazard (EC = 1.1–3.0 dS m–1) that increased with distance from the city. The EC of soil irrigated by ...

  • Mycotoxins: Emergent Health Issue in IAQ

    Untitled Document What are mycotoxins? The name mycotoxin is derived from the Greek ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Pesticides in the European Union

    There has been a sharply falling trend in the total volume of sales of agricultural pesticides in the EU between 1991 and 1995. But this was reversed in 1996. From 1991-1995, EU sales of pesticides, measured by weight of active ingredients (ai), fell by 13%. They then rose by 6% between 1995 and 1996 to stand at 299,826 tonnes ai. But this still put them nearly 8% below the 1991 figure. The use ...

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