Wont know until you try it, on a good fertile field with correct weather its perfectly possibleMy first assumption here is that in the lower left corner, it should read “grain at £208/t”. As opposed to “nitrogen at £208/t”
so assuming a sales price of £208/t
Are they saying you can get 6.25 tonnes per ha with no nitrogen ??
I’d be delighted with that
|AN Cost||£ 208||£ 454||£ 700||Wheat Price/tonne||£ 200|
|Output||£ 2,000||£ 2,000||£ 2,000||AN Price||£ 208|
|Fert Cost||£ 96||£ 211||£ 325||N KG per Ha|
|Margin over N||£ 1,904||£ 1,789||£ 1,675||KG Product|