A range of fertiliser products produced by mixing magnesium coated urea (10% coating of magnesium oxide) with superphosphate and other fertilisers. There are seven standard blends, or you can call our Customer Centre for information on creating a custom-blend based on your farm's needs.
Segregation may occur when mixed with products of different particle size. This should be considered by the applicator when determining the appropriate bout width for spreading product blends of this nature and Ravensdown recommends the equipment and the operation thereof should at least meet the Spreadmark™ minimum performance.
Refer to Compatibility chart.
Flexi-N Drive adds nitrogen to your normal phosphate and sulphate fertiliser applications for extra growth.
Suitable for aerial or ground spreading.
Can be used as capital or maintenance applications in dairy, sheep & beef and cropping situations.
Offers greater flexibility in how nutrients are applied.
An alternative to DAP-based mixes.
There's no need to stretch yourself with Flexi-N - now you can apply N, P, K and S in one application. Flexi-N products are safe for aerial spreading, unlike urea/super mixes.
Flexi-N Drive adds N to your normal P and S fertiliser applications for extra growth.
Flexi-N products are suitable for aerial or ground spreading. Therefore, Flexi-N blends can be used as capital or maintenance applications in dairy,
sheep and beef and cropping situations.
Actual spreading rates will vary according to farm type, climate, productivity and soil type. Soil testing and fertiliser plans are available to ensure
you use the right product at the correct rate. Call our Customer Centre for information.
Avoid direct contact with seed.
If your local applicator has not used Flexi-N you may advise them that if the back of their truck is wet when spreading, the magnesium
coating can stick to the bin and spinners and once this is dry it is very difficult to clean off.
Flexi-N products can be stored up to two weeks, as long as they are kept in a cool, dry, well ventilated area.