17 May 2002

WIN A SPREADER, 25t OF FERT AND A FERTILISER PLAN

This is your last chance to win an Amazone fertiliser

spreader, 25t of Kemira after-cut fertiliser (manufactured at

its Cheshire site) or a fertiliser plan in the Kemira/

fw/Grassland 2002 competition. Just fill in the coupon on

this page and send it back. Or enter via www.fwi.co.uk or

www.kemira.co.uk or www.grassland2002.org.uk You can

also enter on the Kemira stand (320) at Grassland 2002

Kemira/FW/RASE Grassland 2002 competition

Where in the UK does Kemira produce fertiliser?

A Cumbria? p B Cheshire? p C Cornwall?p Tick one answer

Title (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr etc)………. Initials……. Surname………………………….

Address…………………………………………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………………………………………….

County…………………………………………… Postcode……………………………

Tel no……………………………………….. Mob no…………………………………..

E-mail address……………………………………………………………………………

Are you a farmer/contractor/manager/other? Delete whichever does not apply

Farm acres……………… Grass acres……………… Arable acres……………..

Dairy nos………………… Beef nos………………… Sheep nos…………………

Send the completed coupon to: Kemira/FW/RASE Grassland 2002 Competition, farmers weekly, Quadrant House, The Quadrant, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5AS.

Or enter via www.fwi.co.uk, www.kemira.co.uk or www.grassland2002.org.uk

Or hand completed coupons in on the Kemira stand (320) at Grassland 2002.

Closing date is May 31, 2002.

RULES

1. How do you win the spreader, 25t of fertiliser or whole-farm fertiliser plan? Just read the text on the competition page in the FW issues of April 26, May 3,10 and 17 and answer the question that appears on this page. Then use your answer to fill in the coupon that appears on this page.

2. The decision of the judges and the editor of farmers weekly will be final. No correspondence can be entered into.

3. The competition is open to all readers in the UK and Irish Republic, except for employees of Kemira and their families, employees of Reed Business Information and their families and employees of farmers weeklys printers.

4. Closing date for the competition is May 31, 2002. Please send your filled-in coupon to: FW/Kemira/Amazone Competition, farmers weekly, Quadrant House, The Quadrant, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5AS.

AMAZONE is famous for its innovative and broad product portfolio, ranging from fertiliser spreaders, sprayers, cultivators and drills to tillage equipment. All Amazone machines guarantee high performance, reliability and durability. Founded in 1883, Amazone is still a family-owned business in its fourth generation today.

Amazone is also the sole distributor of Krone and Strautmann agricultural machinery in UK. This broadens the product portfolio further into mowers, tedders and rakes, round and square balers, baler combinations, silage wagons and fodder mixers.

TIME RUNNING OUT TO WIN THESE PRIZES

This is the final page for the Kemira/FW/Grassland 2002

competition. For full entry details see first page of this insert

FARMERS in the UK are turning with increasing confidence to the internet to search for information to aid business decisions.

Currently, farmers use the internet for personal use such as e-mail and banking, but increasingly so for news, weather, technical and product information from the wide range of agricultural web-sites now available. There has been an explosion of websites over the last two years in the farming community, with over 70% of the supply industry currently having a web-site.

Last year Kemira Agriculture launched its new web-site.

This is a far cry from the online brochure-type, static sites that were popular a couple of years ago. The new Kemira web-site has valuable information ranging from detailed descriptions of plant growth for schools and colleges to an interactive tool to calculate your nitrogen requirement and save your field information online.

Fertiliser planning is an important part of a crop nutrition plan and to this end the web-site offers other tools such as Useful Conversions which displays the amount of nutrients in organic manures and P and K off-takes. Soil and tissue analysis and advice are also important parts of the planning process so farmers can take online advantage of a contact facility to order our services and gain free advice from our team of nationwide technical managers. Depending on the depth or level of Technical Information you need, the website also offers information on the latest research and development carried out on hot topics such as sulphur and nitrogen.

www.kemira.co.uk

Main pic: The prize spreader. Inset: Fertiliser and a whole-farm fertiliser plan can also be won.

Kemiras new website www.kemira.co.uk (right) is a valuable source of information when making crop nutrition plans. Free advice from a team of technical managers is also available.

Grazing choice

&#8226 EarlyBite 27.10.0 Early grass for an early start

&#8226 Swardsman 25.5.5 The all-season grazing fertiliser

&#8226 Cropmaster 28.5.5 + 7SO3 The all-season grazing fertiliser for sulphur responsive areas

Cutting choice

&#8226 Premier Cut 20.8.12 When quality counts for first cut silage

&#8226 Multicut 25.4.13 The all-season silage fertiliser

&#8226 Multicut Sulphur 23.4.13 + 7SO3 The all-season silage fertiliser for sulphur responsive areas

&#8226 Kayenne 26.0.15 For high yielding second and third cuts

&#8226 Kayenne Sulphur 25.0.13 + 7SO3 For high yielding second and third cuts in sulphur responsive areas

Nitrogen

&#8226 Nitraprill 34.5%N The most consistent all round top dressing product for accurate and even spread

Other choices

&#8226 Twenty Ten Ten 20.10.10 For less intensive grassland or low fertility soils

&#8226 Number Four 15.15.20 Providing seedbed NPK in a single application

&#8226 Number Seven 17.17.17 General purpose NPK fertiliser

EarlyBite, Swardsman, Cropmaster, Premier Cut, Multicut, Multicut Sulphur, Kayenne, Kayenne Sulphur and Nitraprill are registered trademarks of Kemira Agriculture.

First prize is an Amazone ZA-M noviS 2000 Comfort fertiliser spreader, worth £3725. Second prize is 25t of a Kemira after-cut fertiliser worth £3000.

Third prize is a fertiliser plan worth £2000.