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The latest grassland nutrition advice from the Yara agronomists.
Farming strategies and nutrient supply determine yield, quality and earnings.
Unlike other agricultural produces, grass is rarely sold off-farm, which makes valuing it difficult.
With grass being cut or grazed, high amounts of nutrients are exported from the field and need to be replaced.
A correct balance between macronutrients and micronutrients is essential to obtain the best results possible from grassland.
The three aspects to grassland and pasture quality are sward quality, nutritional quality and animal health.
Animal health and trace element nutrition should also be considered as an aspect of grass quality.
Our grassland farmer's toolbox will help you to make better nutrient decisions by choosing the right fertiliser and applying the right amount of nutrients at the right time.
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