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Farm comparison work will start soon to support scientifically the claim that a biologically active fertiliser system now used on 200 dairy farms reduces environmental impacts and raises profits.
Having enough nitrogen in farming systems is essential. But having too much, or not managing it wisely, can have marked effects on your farm's environment.
The Bay of Plenty Regional Council is asking for help to come up with solutions to reduce the amount of nitrogen entering Lake Rotorua from land use activities.
The environmental effects of nitrogen that determine how much effluent you can irrigate onto land, says Waikato Regional Council.
Ballance Agri-Nutrients is holding nitrogen prices to help shelter customers from the drop in the dollar.
At the recent Organic and Biodynamic Winegrowing Conference, Dr Charles Merfield from BHU Future Farming Centre, described nitrogen as “the joker in the pack” of 92 elements.
Agreement has been reached on reducing by 20% the amount of nitrogen leaching into Lake Taupo through the ground.