Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:11 am
Applications of around 200 kgs/ha aren’t uncommon, and if the field is too wet for a tractor to travel, it kind of makes sense.
Application accuracy is critical though, or his overlaps will result in crops that will go flat, and his underlaps will not yield.
Unless perhaps it’s Phosphate or Potash fertiliser, in which case he can put that on at any time of year, so the helicopter then seems to be overkill if that’s the case.
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