Grass Ley© Hugh Nutt
Some 40% of all soils analysed on UK grassland farms are deficient in phosphate and potash (P and K), halving potential dry matter yields. In a wake-up call to grassland farmers attending the 2017 Grassland & Muck event, Jonathan Telfer of fertiliser manufacturer Yara urged the industry to focus on achieving a soil pH value of between 6.5 and 7.5 to improve the efficiency of nitrogen, phosphate and potash (NPK). “Balanced and adequate soil nutrition is critical to producing more grass […]
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