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  • Fertiliser Prices – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    We hear mixed reports of fertiliser prices as of late, as Farming Life reports that fertilizer prices are set to stay pretty much the same. According to Yara business manager for Ireland, Nicholas Morrison, there is not a real difference between fertiliser prices year on year and in value terms, both CAN and NPK products are the same now as they were twelve months ago. However, referring to ...


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  • Fertiliser – From Airborne Dust To Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Much of the early fertiliser spraying across the country is now complete and spring barley is in the ground, with most coming through and growing fast. For now, farming attention focuses on fencing in preparation for turning out stock and other important activities, but it won’t be long until more fertiliser applications and it’s this on-going and high cost expendable that makes all ...


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  • Fertiliser Advancements and Enduramaxx Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Farming UK this week reports on a promising advancement in fertilizer that could see farmers slash fertiliser costs, boost yields and protect the environment following the launch of a new nitrogen-fixing bacteria mix. The fertiliser is a combination of nitrogen-fixing and nutrient-solubilising bacteria and fixes atmospheric nitrogen, turning it into a usable source for the crop.  The ...


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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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  • New Nitrogen Fertiliser and Fertiliser Storage Tanks

    For the second year in a row, fertilizer prices remain high. With fertiliser constituting one of the industry’s biggest consumable expenses, it’s no wonder that it’s constantly monitored and forever debated. A new Koch Advanced Nitrogen product is said to be bringing potential savings to growers and it is claimed to be as effective as CAN, despite being made from urea. A ...


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  • A Break in the Weather – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Although we’ve written a great deal about the extremely wet weather lately and how farmers can exploit this free resource through the installation of rainwater harvesting tanks, according to Herald Scotland, farmers in the west of Scotland have experienced a spate of dry weather that they have used to their advantage. Recent dry weather has allowed farmers to get their spring crops sown and ...


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  • Silage Making and Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    It’s silage-making time across many of the UK’s farms and the weather is holding to get silage-making done, according to Wiltshire Times. With most days last week having been dry, Thursday did bring rain, but the timing was just right, as in many cases, first-cut silage was completely dry. The first process in silage making is cutting the crop, after which it needs to be left to wilt ...


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  • Boost Grass Yields – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    According to the Western Morning News, dairy farmers could significantly boost their grass yields by paying closer attention to detail when applying slurry this spring.  As the closed spreading period is now over, farmers will be keen to get on spreading manure as they get a window in the weather.  By adopting a more scientific approach to manure usage, producers may be able to ...


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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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  • 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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  • Farmers Urged to Check Soil – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Farmers and growers were advised to check their soil, according to the Darlington and Stockton Times, to check their soil phosphate and Potash levels.  A decline in levels has been reported due to the decline in use of the two treatments that have fallen by an estimated 40 per cent as a direct result of rising prices in 2008. Many farmers have been reported to have taken phosphate and potash ...


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  • Free Soil Testing For Accurate Fertiliser Application

    With the growing season nearly upon us, Welsh farmers are being given an opportunity to discover the benefits of soil analysis through a number of free soil testing workshops at Farming Connect. Regular soil testing enables farmers to adopt a targeted approach to fertiliser use, thus providing significant cost savings, according to Lisa Roberts of Farming Connect. Soil analysis also identifies ...


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  • Comparing N2O emissions from organic and mineral fertilisers

    A recent study compares the effects of organic, 'natural' fertilisers, such as compost, with mineral, synthetic fertilisers, such as urea, on N2O emissions from Mediterranean soil. It suggests that there is little difference between the fertilisers, but that pig slurry offers the best overall balance in terms of emissions and crop yield. Nitrous oxide (N2O) is a powerful greenhouse gas (GHG). ...

  • The Importance of Soil Sampling – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks Store Fertilizer Efficiently

    The importance of soil sampling was reinforced by Farming Life this week. It stated that good productive soils are the foundation of any successful farm system and that the ability of soils to supply nutrients at a time and in an appropriate quantity for grass and crop can be key to determining productivity. Therefore, a farms ability to manage soil fertility levels should be a primary objective. ...


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  • Farmers Prefer Liquid Fertilizer – Enduramaxx Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Farmers have been demonstrating a preference for liquid fertiliser, according to Farming UK. Many are finding it to be more efficient, something that has led to a significant increase in investment at BFS Fertiliser Services, the award-winning UK leaders in crop nutrition. The company has recently installed seven new liquid fertiliser storage tanks at the BFS Fertilisers’ production centre, ...


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  • Falling Fuel and Fertiliser Prices – Bulk Buying Brings Additional Savings

    As fuel and fertiliser prices ease somewhat, not everyone working in this sector benefited. Agricultural co-operatives are one such sector that suffered falls in turnover as a result, despite enjoying a record number of invoices. This was the case for Fram Farmers, as reported in East Anglian Daily Times. However, independent farmers and buying groups are sure to receive the falls positively and ...


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  • Household compost as good for soil as conventional fertilisers, say EU researchers

    Since 2005, conventional disposal of organic waste has been prohibited in Sweden. Instead, this waste is incinerated or separated at source, processed (composted or anaerobically digested) and recycled as fertiliser on crop land. A new study has investigated the use of organic waste from different sources as a fertiliser and found that residue from biogas production is an effective fertiliser. ...

  • 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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  • Further Greening Information For Scots – Dedicated Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    At last, Farming Minister Richard Lochhead has clarified long awaited greening regulations for Scottish farmers for the new Common Agricultural Policy, according to Aberdeen Journals. For farmers choosing the fallow option as part of their Environmental Focus Area obligation, the regulations state that fallow must include the period between 15 January and 15 July. The regulations include ...


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  • UK Farmers Urged to Prepare For Spring – Fertiliser Storage Tanks At Hand

    We’d echo the advice of one of the UK’s leading fertiliser suppliers, as reported by Farming UK, and that is to be prepared for spring fertiliser applications.  Because we had a very early harvest this year, good conditions in autumn and favourable weather ever since, most arable crops are well ahead and looking good going into winter, according to Allison Grundy, Arable ...


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