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urea vs can topdressing

Think Agronomy: Maximising The Performance of Urea

By David Jones, Broad Acre Agronomist, Msc. Agriculture When discussing types of fertiliser for Nitrogen topdressing you can always be sure of lots of debate about the merits of Urea vs Ammonium sources such as CAN. Urea remains the least expensive…
Fake fertiliser

Helpful Tips On How To Spot Fake Fertiliser

By Prof Lenah Nakhone, PhD, Crop Horticulture & Soils Department, Egerton University It is that time of the year when farmers are preparing their farms and are ready to plant taking advantage of the rains come next planting season. Every…
calcium nitrate

Calcium Is The King Nutrient & Calcium Nitrate The Sovereign Fertilizer

By Ruth Vaughan, Msc. Applied Science In soil and plant nutrition calcium is King. Calcium Nitrate is the only non-reactive soluble calcium fertilizer suitable for drip feeding fertigated crops, so it goes without saying that calcium nitrate…
Avocado farming

6 Soil Care Tips For Successful Avocado Farming

By Ruth Vaughan, Msc. Applied Science Full of flavor, packing a high nutrient punch and neatly protected by its own skin, it is no wonder that the amazing avocado is gaining popularity as a healthy superfood.  The annual global demand is increasing…
maize topdressing

Maize Nutrition: Feeding The Crop In A Difficult Season

By David Jones, Broadacre Agronomist, Msc. Agriculture Understanding the key growth stages of Maize is crucial to getting nutrients applied at the correct timing. As many crop reach top dressing timing, we look at the main requirements of the…

Maize Nitrogen Topdressing & Fall Armyworm Update

By David Jones, Broad Acre Agronomist We had a lot of discussion last week within our agronomy team about the problem of getting Nitrogen (mainly Urea) into the plant in dry weather. So, I start this week with a really useful graph that I often…