I would avoid anything complex, or with silly small difficult to see readout if you are getting on a bit like me.
The best spreader i ever had was a Bredal B2, simple,accurate,reliable = Bliss.
Second best was an Amazone ZAM.
He is breaking the normal BG establishment cycle by planting a late spring sown crop, with a vigorous smothering habit and is able to use different chemistry and mechanical weeding as well if required.
Its an Enduramaxx fert spec vertical 30000 litre version with 2" outlet. Similar to the one in picture below. Sorry, but just sold this morning to an Essex farmer, Can do new as an alternative for anyone looking for more storage.
UK is not a big customer of Russian gas at under 5% of our useage, but as we know price has a knock on effect on oil, cost of ferts and other Commodities,
Why arent we fracking more is my question, cant be solely down to the protesters.?
Its the long term effects you want to worry about. Most Neurological health experts believe there is a link between spraying pesticides and Parkinsons... Maybe that is the real reason why Organophosate products got banned?
Depends on the timing and amount really. I have memories of being half through a field with the combine when hail struck but only lost around 20% approx at the top of the swath, A standing crop would have been worse IMO.