Discussion in 'Grassland Management' started by mfman, Jul 11, 2020.
Didnt know that, any source for it?
I honestly can't remember, it could have been a co-op agronomist said it to me, that they couldn't put P in any of the compound mixes with protected.... But now I'm doubting myself.
Some info here https://www.agriland.ie/farming-new...rotected-urea-farmers-find-your-answers-here/
Apparently the phosphate is acidic and breaks down the coating.
Great stuff! The fertiliser is all right and I'm not loosing my marbles!
Just Googled and that showed up . I've spread the sweet 18 a few times. Local co op does have it in bulk . But I didn't know there was protected urea in it
Lads some of yee were doubting that 18 6 11 plus sulphur could be bought at 290.
Have better news 285 euro there at 11.30 this morning .pasture sward is same price for delivery to me early next week.
Do know that grassland was charging 310 for 18 6 12 out to farm stores up this neck of the country
Were been fecking fleeced if we allowed them to do it
What brand product is that? That’s serious value compared to anything around here
Yara 18 6 12
Tom mc donnell
Markville farms in ardee.
Google markville farms and get the link to fertilizer
Is now a good time to buy fertiliser or is there a chance prices will drop substantially potential changes to anti dumping charges?
No idea , but sure i supposed when they do get around to cutting the tax on it we will be told that price of gas etc has gone up and we not be any further on
Decided to graze it after, weather just not playing ball