magnesium

  1. O

    High pH.

    We have tested our soils, all are high pH, high magnesium, low sulphur and manganese. Is there any product that could be used and make our 3 and 4 index P&k more available. All fields are temporary and permanent grass.
  2. Pan mixer

    Gypsum on high Mag clay?

    Is this a thing I should be doing to help the DD?
  3. Farmdeals

    9% Foliar Magnesium Sulphate available at Farmdeals

    Magnesium 9%MgO 18%S03 [7.2% S] Delivered in non returnable 1,000 litre IBCs Ideal where soils lock up Magnesium For all soils; reduces crop scorch risk Correction of Magnesium deficiency Magnesium 9% MgO wt/vol is formulated as a readily soluble foliar Magnesium fertiliser for the rapid...
  4. W

    Whats the value of a m3 of pig slurry from a slatted finishing unit?

    As title says, what price would people say its worth? Baring in mind not only does it provide n but p and k as well. Im thinking it should be £15m3 collected at least....
  5. Hutchinsons News

    Tips to mitigate the impact of high fertiliser prices

    Tips to mitigate the impact of high fertiliser prices The unprecedented hike in nitrogen fertiliser prices, fuelled by surging wholesale gas markets, has left many farmers questioning how to reduce the inevitable impact this will have on 2022 crop margins. The cost of ammonium nitrate and...
  6. Hutchinsons News

    Hutchinsons Helix farm network continues to expand

    Hutchinsons Helix farm network continues to expand Hutchinsons is delighted to announce the addition of Hundayfield farm to its network of Helix regional demonstration farms. Owned by Nick and Liz Wilson, Hundayfield farm just outside York is the northern region Helix demonstration farm in...
  7. Hutchinsons News

    Starter fertiliser could give OSR a reprieve

    Starter fertiliser could give OSR a reprieve Cabbage stem flea beetle pressure has been the final straw that has forced many growers to drop oilseed rape from their rotation, but the crop could get a reprieve on one Lincolnshire farm thanks to the use of starter fertiliser this autumn...
  8. Agrovista News

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm A proactive view on forage crop management and soil health is helping to drive the productivity of a thriving Leicestershire dairy farm. Following a change of approach in 2012, Sludge Hall Farm’s herd increased from 100 to 600...
  9. Agrovista News

    Unlocking gypsumâs soil health benefits

    Unlocking gypsumâs soil health benefits Applying gypsum in liquid form could prove especially beneficial to help relieve soil compaction ahead of the autumn sowing programme. It’s been a tough season for soils. Many fields were drilled in less-than-ideal conditions, often after abandoned...
  10. Agrovista News

    Cover crops. A practical farm example

    Cover crops. A practical farm example The need to restore soil health, control blackgrass and reduce exposure to oilseed rape has resulted in a complete rethink over cropping and rotation on a North Yorkshire farm. Twenty years ago half of the land at Stephen Tuer Farms was in grass for dairy...
  11. Hutchinsons News

    Tips to mitigate the impact of high fertiliser prices

    Tips to mitigate the impact of high fertiliser prices The unprecedented hike in nitrogen fertiliser prices, fuelled by surging wholesale gas markets, has left many farmers questioning how to reduce the inevitable impact this will have on 2022 crop margins. The cost of ammonium nitrate and...
  12. Hutchinsons News

    Hutchinsons Helix farm network continues to expand

    Hutchinsons Helix farm network continues to expand Hutchinsons is delighted to announce the addition of Hundayfield farm to its network of Helix regional demonstration farms. Owned by Nick and Liz Wilson, Hundayfield farm just outside York is the northern region Helix demonstration farm in...
  13. Hutchinsons News

    Starter fertiliser could give OSR a reprieve

    Starter fertiliser could give OSR a reprieve Cabbage stem flea beetle pressure has been the final straw that has forced many growers to drop oilseed rape from their rotation, but the crop could get a reprieve on one Lincolnshire farm thanks to the use of starter fertiliser this autumn...
  14. Agrovista News

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm A proactive view on forage crop management and soil health is helping to drive the productivity of a thriving Leicestershire dairy farm. Following a change of approach in 2012, Sludge Hall Farm’s herd increased from 100 to 600...
  15. Agrovista News

    Unlocking gypsumâs soil health benefits

    Unlocking gypsumâs soil health benefits Applying gypsum in liquid form could prove especially beneficial to help relieve soil compaction ahead of the autumn sowing programme. It’s been a tough season for soils. Many fields were drilled in less-than-ideal conditions, often after abandoned...
  16. Agrovista News

    Cover crops. A practical farm example

    Cover crops. A practical farm example The need to restore soil health, control blackgrass and reduce exposure to oilseed rape has resulted in a complete rethink over cropping and rotation on a North Yorkshire farm. Twenty years ago half of the land at Stephen Tuer Farms was in grass for dairy...
  17. Agrovista News

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm A proactive view on forage crop management and soil health is helping to drive the productivity of a thriving Leicestershire dairy farm. Following a change of approach in 2012, Sludge Hall Farm’s herd increased from 100 to 600...
  18. Agrovista News

    Unlocking gypsumâs soil health benefits

    Unlocking gypsumâs soil health benefits Applying gypsum in liquid form could prove especially beneficial to help relieve soil compaction ahead of the autumn sowing programme. It’s been a tough season for soils. Many fields were drilled in less-than-ideal conditions, often after abandoned...
  19. Agrovista News

    Cover crops. A practical farm example

    Cover crops. A practical farm example The need to restore soil health, control blackgrass and reduce exposure to oilseed rape has resulted in a complete rethink over cropping and rotation on a North Yorkshire farm. Twenty years ago half of the land at Stephen Tuer Farms was in grass for dairy...
  20. J

    Gypsum/Plasterboard Use - Noob Question!

    Hi all, I'm new to the forum. I run a national skip hire brokerage and also a waste transfer station in the south of the UK, so have relationships with lots of large and small skip companies and waste transfer stations. The cost for waste management at the moment is going through the roof...
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