YaraBela AXAN

YaraBela AXAN (27% N + 3.6% S) is a uniform compound granular nitrogen and sulphur fertiliser with an N:S ratio of 7.5:1 suitable for use on all crops

YaraBela AXAN contains nitrogen as nitrate and ammonium. Plants require nitrogen in the ammonium and nitrate forms, so by applying these forms the nutrients are immediately available for plant growth. Nitrates are the most efficient form of nitrogen and are key to achieving optimum yields.

YaraBela AXAN contains sulphur as calcium sulphate which is highly soluble and reaches plant roots quickly. Calcium sulphate, does not reduce the proportion of available nitrate in the formulation, unlike ammonium sulphate.

YaraBela AXAN is a homogeneous, uniform sized, high bulk density granular fertiliser for even spreading over wide bout widths and will spread consistently to 36m and beyond. Being a compound fertiliser both nitrogen and sulphur are contained in every granule which eliminates segregation and allows even application of all nutrients.


Product and safety information

Product application advice


Cereals: Winter Wheat: 500-750 kg/ha applied in 2-3 splits between GS 31-37 Winter Barley: 500 kg/ha applied at GS 31-32. Spring Barley: 300 kg/ha at GS 13-20 Winter Oats: Up to 500 kg/ha applied in up to two splits between GS 30-31 and GS 37Exact recommendation depends on soil analysis and nutrient management plan. Refer to your local Yara area manager for detailed recommendation


Fertilizer Spreading Advice: When spreading fertilizers containing sulphur it is recommended to regularly clean the spreader vanes using a rag with a 'WD40' type lubricant to avoid a build-up of deposits.

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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Fertiliser spreading advice

Fertiliser spreading advice

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