Over the past decade I’ve always used magsulphate on the flagleaf for greening.(High locked up Mg soils here)
Agronomist wanting to change to Magnite (Mg with a bit of N) this year
What’s everyone’s thoughts ?
Do you use Mg on flag leaf?
What would happen if you mixed sand cement with planings for concrete instead of gravel?
Years ago it was said you shouldn't mix planings in concrete but we've done odd bits & I can't think of any problems.
Also what mix ratio / weight of sand cement & stone would you need per cube for average...
Written by Richard Halleron from Agriland
April is the month when winter barley crops develop the fastest and the demand for plant nutrition is at its highest.
Depending on the total amount of nitrogen (N) to be used, growers should make sure that they apply the last split before Growth Stage...
Does anyone know anything about it?
Snake oil? A replacement for poor soil and plant health management? Or a new tool to help improve efficiency?
I did a search and there are articles from Corteva and CPM but can't find out much more :(...
Looks like the NFU have done a right number on arable farmers.
Use of solid urea is now due to be regulated by Red Tractor...
Written by Michael Geary from Agriland
With the breeding season at an end for the majority of mid-season lambing flocks, it’s important to not neglect rams, even though the main focus on sheep farms will be on the ewes over the coming months.
Over a six-week breeding season, rams can lose up...
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Anyone else had a rough time of time of it? We had a dead cow on Wednesday morning and then two more side by side this morning, all in the same field.
Its very mild to bring them in ,which brings its own problems. They look content enough and have plenty straw , molasses and mag buckets...
Bought a breeding ram at a sale last Saturday, looks like he’s got a urethral obstruction (calculi) not seen any hard feed since coming here just been on a little grass paddock, in my limited experience of this in fat lambs it’s never a good outcome.
Question is should he be covered by the...
I am now thinking of putting water in my MF 5450 because we recently bought a mower and it's way to heavy. But I have 2 questions, can I put water in only 1 tire so I can keep the cost down and also If I can just mix salt and water together so I don't have to buy antifreeze or calcium chloride 😀...
To perpetuate the cliché of students coming to ask for your views on various aspects of your work, I would love to hear your views if the question in my title resonates with you. I've been advised by the moderation team to post about my project in this section.
I'm a student at the...
Get ready for the Pigouvian tax,
I've warned before about how fast the artificial meat business is developing. Most peole don't seem to have a clue as to how things are going to change (I'm just the messenger - don't shout at me.)
We have started a buying group for TFF members and readers so we can group together and get deals. It does not matter if you are in another buying group already - this one is free to join and has zero commitments.
If the traditional buying groups were too expensive or restrictive for the way...
Is there any chemical i could use to remove moss of a big 6 roof. I'm gently scraping off atm. Got trees near but not overhanging. Was gonna try find some spray to kill whats left and try stop moss etc returning.
Any ideas and suggestions.