Making best use of organic and inorganic fertilisers on farms saves money, benefits yields and improves farm efficiency and resilience

Farm Advisory Service Scotland
July 17, 2019

Improving soil and nutrient management on a farm can make the businesses more profitable by increasing nutrient use efficiency. It can also lower the carbon footprint of the farm and reduce the risk of diffuse water pollution. Even technically efficient farms can find that making small changes to their soil and nutrient management practices can make a big difference.

Scotland's Farm Advisory Service has published a report on Soil and Organic Materials Analysis from the Soil and Nutrient Newtork Farms 2016 - 2018 to promote and encourage nutrient management and to allow farmers to benchmark their test results against the results from the Soil and Nutrient Network farms. Find out more ...

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