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 techniques widely debated, but so too is the management, purchasing and storage of this valuable commodity. Of course, price is a sensitive issue in respect to all farming costs, with fertiliser being one of the most significant costs for growers. Fluctuating purchasing costs, mixing time and the timely application of liquid fertiliser all need consideration.
The wise approach to liquid fertiliser management is to bulk buy and store large volumes of pre-mixed fertiliser. The cost savings from both bulk buying and saving on mixing time can be quite significant. The time sensitive nature of applying fertiliser at the right time justifies another reason for bulk buying. But fertiliser has to be stored in suitable conditions and safely too. Leakage into the environment, theft and spoilage must all be considered. Enduramaxx liquid fertiliser tanks are made to store volumes of liquid fertiliser as large as 30,000 litres, and being made from a ribbed, single piece of rotationally moulded, UV-stabilised polyethylene, they are extremely rugged.
To learn more about storing liquid fertilizer and liquid fertiliser tanks, along with storing all other agricultural liquids and chemicals, get in touch with Enduramaxx now.