YaraLiva NITRABOR

YaraLiva NITRABOR

YaraLiva NITRABOR (15.4% N + 18.3% Ca + 0.3% B) is a field grade calcium nitrate fertiliser, with added boron suitable for field application to all crops especially brassicas which are more prone to calcium and boron deficiency.<>

YaraLiva NITRABOR is a dense granular fertiliser that spreads accurately when placed by hand or by machine (up to 24 metres).

It is a free flowing material with a unique coating for dry applied uses. Its hygroscopic nature means that it readily dissolves when in contact with the soil in humid conditions or a night dew.

This formulation offers low risk of scorch and is often used as a final topdressing to a wide range of high value crops that have a requirement for extra boron and where soils are low in boron.

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Courgette

Courgette (field grown): 645 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Cucumber

Cucumber (field grown): Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing (club root) or broadcast.

Leek

Leek: 600 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Parsnip

Parsnip: 485 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Pears

Pears: 250 kg/ha applied early spring prior to bud burst followed by 100-150 kg/ha top up at early fruitlet stage. 100-350 kg/ha autumn application post harvest, depending on variety.

Radish

Radish (field grown): 160 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Beetroot

Beetroot: 1130 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Rhubarb

Rhubarb: First Year 320 kg/ha as a top dressing, Established 960 kg/ha as a spring top dressing, Forcing 1935 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Spinach

Spinach: 350 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Squash

Squash (field grown): 645 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Swede

Swede: 320 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Turnip

Turnip: 320 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Courgette

Courgette (field grown): 645 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Cucumber

Cucumber (field grown): Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing (club root) or broadcast.

Leek

Leek: 600 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Parsnip

Parsnip: 485 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Pears

Pears: 250 kg/ha applied early spring prior to bud burst followed by 100-150 kg/ha top up at early fruitlet stage. 100-350 kg/ha autumn application post harvest, depending on variety.

Radish

Radish (field grown): 160 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Beetroot

Beetroot: 1130 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Rhubarb

Rhubarb: First Year 320 kg/ha as a top dressing, Established 960 kg/ha as a spring top dressing, Forcing 1935 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Spinach

Spinach: 350 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Squash

Squash (field grown): 645 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Swede

Swede: 320 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Turnip

Turnip: 320 kg/ha as a spring top dressing.

Where can I buy Yara fertilisers in Ireland?

Where can I buy Yara fertilisers in Ireland?

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