Applying fertilisers containing nitrogen and sulphur means the grass uses nitrogen more effectively, you get more kgs of dry matter per kg of nitrogen that you apply
Whether you are looking to increase the quality and yield of a your grassland or just need more general advice on grassland fertiliser check out our grassland fertiliser selector and our grassland agronomy advice.
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.
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Whether you are looking to increase the quality and yield of a your grassland or just need more general advice on grassland fertiliser and crop nutrition information. See the latest advice from the Yara agronomists.
Identify and diagnose if your grass is suffering from nutrient deficiencies and learn how to control or correct the deficiency. Choose a nutrient below to learn more about the symptoms of its deficiency in grassland and its effect on sward growth and development.
The latest grassland fertiliser and nutrition advice from the Yara agronomists.
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