Cost effective application – since you have already invested in an irrigation system,this application method allows you to get more value from that investment and reduce on-going costs
Get the most from water and N by applying simultaneously – irrigated crop or pasture will receive water and nitrogen at the same time, allowing it to use both for growth. Using Flowfert N maximises the time spent irrigating crops or pasture
Increased control over your nitrogen application – with Flowfert N you can apply nitrogen when it suits your farm’s feed demand and crop requirements
Ability to apply small amounts of nitrogen more often – applying small amounts daily to the root zone is ideal for plants and will result in a more even growth curve
Less chance of volatisation and leaching – because smaller amounts are being applied at a time, the plants are able to take up more of what has been applied, leaving less to potentially be lost to the atmosphere or through leaching. As well as being better for the environment, this ensures you get better value for your fertiliser dollar
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