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With predictions the El Nino will continue through summer, Ballance says now is the time to proceed with a pasture and stock feed programme.
Soil tests should be the first step for farmers trying to manage budgets while maintaining pasture productivity, says fertiliser co-op Ballance.
Ballance Agri-Nutrients is holding nitrogen prices to help shelter customers from the drop in the dollar.
Manawatu dairy farmers George and Ellen Bartlett entered the 2015 Horizons Ballance Farm Environment Awards (BFEA) because they wanted to support their industry and learn more about sustainability.
The ranks of Ballance shareholders continue to grow with latest signings of more than 1000 new members bringing shareholder numbers up to a record 19,253.
Precision fixed wing aerial fertiliser application on hill country is now a reality, says nutrient cooperative Ballance Agri-Nutrients.
Fertilizer co-op Ballance says applying humic substances, with or without nitrogen fertiliser, delivers no advantages in the New Zealand context.
Your canine crusader reckons fertiliser company Ballance Agri-Nutrients’ new chief executive David Wynne may need to improve his timing.
Million of dollars of nitrogen is vanishing into thin air, causing losses to farmers and to New Zealand in wasted imports, says fertiliser company Ballance Agri-Nutrients.
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