How grassland fertilisers increase grassland yield

How to increase grassland yield

The main yield components of grassland 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 grassland fertiliser programme including all macro and micronutrients is essential to help manage all of these components.

Find out how to increase grassland yield

Where can I buy Yara fertilisers in Ireland?

Where can I buy Yara fertilisers in Ireland?

Yara supply our branded fertilisers and crop nutrition products to the Irish market through a network of local merchants and co-ops  Use our interactive map to locate your nearest suppliers.

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Are you looking for information on crop nutrition ?

If you are looking to increase the quality and yield of a particular crop or just need more general advice on any aspect of crop nutrition. Search through our crop information to find useful tips and advice on all aspects of crop nutrition. Begin by choosing your crop.

Does your grass have a nutrient deficiency?

Does your grass have a deficiency?

Identify and diagnose if your grass or any of your crops are suffering from nutrient deficiencies and learn more about the symptoms and causes and how to control or correct the deficiency

See all about nutrient deficiencies

Fertiliser spreading advice

Fertiliser spreading advice

Increasing your crop yield and quality doesn’t have to be hard. Getting your spreader settings right might be your best spent few minutes in crop management.

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Are you looking for the latest agronomy advice ?

These articles will help you get even better results from your fertilisers by keeping you up to date with the latest agronomy advice from the Yara agronomists.

Do you want to make better informed nutrient decisions ?

The farmer's toolbox is a collection of tools help you to make better nutrient decisions to choose the right fertiliser and apply the right amount of nutrients at the right time and in the right place so that the crop yield and quality are maximised whilst still keeping costs in check, avoiding over-fertilisation and protecting the environment.