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Used in the late winter/early spring on dairy pasture in Northland
Suitable where soil sulphate levels are low and rainfall is high
Pasture receives necessary nitrogen and sulphate for the forthcoming spring season
Although Ammo 36 generally mixes well with other products, it is not compatible with the following:Superphosphate, Sulphur Super 30, Magnesium Oxide, Copper Sulphate and Cobalt Sulphate
Ammo 36 can be compatible with the following under certain circumstances:Dry LimeSegregation may occur when mixed with product with differences of particle size.Refer Compatibility chart.Flexi-N (magnesium coated Urea) can be used as a substitute when mixing with Superphosphate based products.
Mainly used in the late winter/early spring on dairy pasture in Northland where soil sulphate levels are low and rainfall is high
Apply in the late winter for pasture to receive necessary nitrogen and sulphate for the upcoming spring season for optimal pasture growth for dairy production
Ammo 31 and 36 are typically applied in August at a rate of approximately 100kg/ha (equivalent to 30-40kg N/ha)
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