I think you will find most farmers are interested in profitable production.I don't know how much 128kgs granular N / ha yielded as they didn't do that quantity of granular N but they did for 247kgs N / ha. Treatments 4, 5 and 6 all had the same total N applied (207kgs) with treatments 4 & 5 receiving 7kgs from E28 and treatment 6 and additional 7kgs N from AN.
Treatment 4 yielded 10.9 t/ha with a protein % of 12.98
Treatment 5 yielded 11.1 t/ha with a protein % of 12.91
Treatment 6 yielded 11.15 t/ha with a protein % of 12.77
As a company we actively try and encourage farmers to use less total N while trying to maintain a comparable yield which is why most of our trials are comparing a reduced total N application. For me, the biggest benefit of using foliar N is in reducing the environmental impact artificial fertilisers can have as well as the improvements in both soil health and crop health.
This is the headline I would like to be talking about with Foliar N but most farmers are still only interested in yield... however, if you bare with me:
40kgs N / ha from EU produced AN = 394.2 kgs CO2 equivalents
7kgs N / ha from Efficie-N-t 28 = 67.75 kgs CO2 equivalents.
If you replaced AN with E28 over 10ha you would have saved 3,264.5kg CO2 equivalents.
That's the same CO2 emissions given off by a Ford Focus 1.5L eco-boost driving almost 15,000 miles.
We are currently operating with a monthly price and April is already sold out. We dont yet have the May price but have pretty much sold out of that as well. I would speak to your local agronomy company to find out if they have any stock and if so, at what price.
I have attached a little booklet with some information and trial results from the main crops.View attachment 1030601If you wanted to see some specific trial results for a specific crop in a specific area let me know and I will see what I can find.
Once again approximately how much is your product?