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Yara UK supplies the full range of fertiliser products (solid, liquid, foliar & micronutrients). We also offer agronomic advice and support with a range of tools designed to guide farmers in making informed and sustainable crop decisions.

We are delighted to be partnering with The Farming Forum to bring you this first ever Virtual Grassland Show. We will be discussing various topics right here on our virtual “stand” chat thread throughout the day.

If you missed our live webinar, don't worry as this is now available to watch as a recording

Grassland fertilisation - Simple steps to success

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Join us online as Yara experts guide you through the simple steps you should be taking to ensure a successful grassland season.
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Where can I buy Yara fertiliser ?



Yara supplies branded solid or liquid fertilisers and crop nutrition products to farmers and growers in Great Britain and Northern Ireland through a network of local merchants and distributors.

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Good morning and welcome to Virtual Grassland 2020, we hope you enjoy the "show"!

Join us right here throughout the day for news, chat and advice on all things Grassland.
At 1pm and 8pm we'll be live broadcasting our Grassland fertilisation - Steps to Success webinar.

Register now to make sure you don't miss it!
 

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Fine tune your second cut fertiliser applications

With a move to more frequent silage cuts on many dairy farms, it won’t be long before 1st cuts are underway. With this in mind, it is worth reviewing your 2nd cut fertiliser application plan and to ensure that you have the right type and quantity of fertiliser in the yard ready for application within the first week post harvesting.

Fine tune your second cut fertiliser applications
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LIVE and online at 1pm - Grassland fertilisation - Simple Steps to Success

Join us online at 1pm as Yara experts guide you through the simple steps you should be taking to ensure a successful grassland season.

Jon, Philip & Nigel will be offering practical advice and strategies on making the most of your home-grown forage.
You'll also have the chance to put your questions to our Grassland experts.

Register now to make sure you don't miss this live event!!


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Hi, just wondering what the advice is regarding nitrogen applications in this dry weather? Mark
Hi there, the dry weather is indeed making decisions tricky. If using ammonium nitrate based products then ammonia losses will be minimal - 2-3% so the advice is to apply as planned such that the nitrogen is there as soon as the rain comes.
It would be wise to reduce the rate in line with expected number of grass growth days, and reflect that the nitrogen use per hectare per day will be nearer to 1-1.5 as opposed to the normal 2.5 KgN / ha / day. If using urea based products, ammonia losses will be high, above 20%, so you must wait for a reliable rain forecast within 24 hours of application.

Hope that helps.

For more information checkout the Grassland section on our website.
 

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Grassland fertiliser - decision making made easy

Looking to increase the quality and yield of a your grassland or just need more general advice on grassland fertiliser?
Try our new product selector to help steer you in the right direction.

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Better fertiliser spreading can save you money in the long run

Getting the spreader settings right in your calibrator is one essential part of best fertiliser spreading practice so that your crops receive all the nutrients they need.

Yara Grassland Specialist Nigel will be explaining all about Spreader settings in our LIVE webinar at 1pm.

Join him!

Better fertiliser spreading can save you money in the long run

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LIVE and online at 1pm - Grassland fertilisation - Simple Steps to Success

Jon, Philip & Nigel will be offering practical advice and strategies on making the most of your home-grown forage.
You'll also have the chance to put your questions to our Grassland experts.

Find us in the Virtual Seminar room in just 5 minutes time!
 
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Webinar: Simple Steps to Success

A very interesting and informative presentation from our experts there. Many thanks to the team. (y)

If you missed our matinee, don't worry! We are back LIVE once again with Jon, Philip & Nigel at 8pm.

Register now to receive your Quick View link, and join us this evening.


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Make your grassland fertiliser work harder

Fertiliser has always been a good investment for livestock farmers, whether you’re growing grass for grazing or looking to reduce feed costs through better silage management. Applying the optimum level of nitrogen at the right time will guarantee a healthy yield and good quality grass.

Make sure your fertiliser is working at its best for you.

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Monitor your fields using satellite images - for FREE

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Yara’s Atfarm offers free and easy to use crop monitoring via satellite images.
  • Regular observations enable more efficient use of fertilizer, manure and other inputs.
  • Differences in the field can be spotted easily. Focus your field checks easily.
  • Simply draw or import your fields and ready to go in minutes
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How to increase grassland yield

The main yield components of grass are the number of leaves per unit area and dry matter content. Higher yields come from optimising leaf numbers, maintaining a green leaf canopy and achieving a high dry matter content. A balanced fertiliser programme including all macro and micronutrients is essential to help manage all of these components.



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Tractor found parked up ‘with its engine running and no one in it’

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A tractor was left running and unattended while its driver was in a nearby shop buying lunch, a local police team in the UK have noted, highlighting the risks involved with such an action.

The unattended tractor was discovered by members of Dorset Police, outside a Tesco store in Blandford Forum, in England, last Thursday (October 15).

Taking to social media to highlight the matter, Dorset Police said:

When we visited Tesco’s in Blandford we didn’t expect to find a £110,000 [€121,800] tractor parked up near the entrance with its engine running and no one with it.
“We soon located the driver leaving Tesco’s with a meal deal.

“There’s absolutely...
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