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As days begin to lengthen again its time to start thinking about restarting grass growth, so in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Philip Cosgrave Yara's Grassland Specialist for advice on what livestock farmers should be doing to proactively manage soil fertility with spring fertiliser applications, particularly nitrogen, to maximise early grass gr…
 
As another season comes to an end, Giz Gaskin Yara's fruit specialist discusses the role of biostimulants on fruit crops and reviews the results of this season's trials on several fruit farms across the country. Particularly how biostimulants can help the plants increase their vigour and better resist various stresses. Giz also discusses the result…
 
As growers face challenges caused by the current hiatus in the fertiliser markets, Philip Cosgrave Yara's Grassland Specialist discusses how livestock farmers can adapt their nutrient management plans to grow forage as efficiently as possibly by making the best use of fertilisers and organic manures.…
 
The fertiliser market is dramatic, to say the least at present. Many growers have questions about what's going on and wondering what they should do. So in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Mark Tucker, Yara UK Head of Marketing and Agronomy and Natalie Wood Yara's chief arable agronomist, to discuss the reasons behind market volatility and to ask h…
 
At this time of year, brassica crops are in the ground and approaching maturity, so this is a good time to think about nutrition options to improve quality at harvest. In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Tom Decamp, Yara's Field Vegetable Specialist to discuss top dressing options for brassica growers for targetting quality premiums with tips on f…
 
Recent podcasts have concentrated on the major nutrients N, P and K but this time the focus moves to micronutrients such as Mg, Mn, Zn, Cu, Mo and B. In this episode, Yara agronomist Natalie Wood talks to Ken Rundle about the role of micronutrients crop establishment and reminds us that they are no less important than other nutrients despite being …
 
Potassium is often overlooked as a nutrient but is just as important and should not be forgotten. Potassium is fundamental for plant water uptake and regulation, which affects the ability of plants to resist diseases and tolerate drought stress as well as influencing the uptake of other nutrients and nutrient use efficiency. So in this episode, Ken…
 
Because of recent volatile nutrient prices, some growers may be questioning phosphate and potash applications. So in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Mark Tucker, Yara UK Head of Agronomy, to ask the reasons behind this volatility and find out how growers should adapt their fertiliser programmes to manage costs but avoid damaging soil fertility or…
 
As legislators turn their attention to soil health, Jon Telfer Yara's Analytical Services manager talks about why healthy soil biology soil is more important than ever and discusses the benefits of conducting a full soil heath analysis rather than just the basic soil test. Then more important than conducting the test is to act on the results to ens…
 
In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Professor Roger Sylvester-Bradley from The Yield Enhancement Network (YEN). Discussing how data, collected, shared and analysed by farmers, agronomists and researchers is increasing our knowledge of how to drive up yields in a sustainable way.By Yara Agronomy Team
 
As top fruit growers get to grips with a difficult season thanks to the weather, many are wondering how to manage nutrition not only for this season but helping the tree recovering for next season too. So, in this episode, Giz Gaskin, Yara's Fruit Specialist discusses the nutrition options for orchard fruit and soft fruit particularly thinking abou…
 
Although we are still very much in the middle of this season, some growers may already be thinking of buying fertiliser for next season. So, in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Natalie Wood, Yara's Arable Agronomist, to ask what growers should consider before buying next season's fertiliser and find out why taking time now could save money and avo…
 
As the new fruit season gets underway with some stop-start weather, fruit growers are facing tricky decisions. So, in this episode, Giz Gaskin, Yara's Fruit Specialist discusses the nutrition options for orchard fruit and soft fruit particularly thinking about mitigating the effect of the recent variable weather and looks ahead to options for early…
 
In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Philip Cosgrave Yara's Grassland Specialist to discusses the role of selenium in grazing animal health and the benefits to livestock of incorporating selenium into the diet of grazing animals using bio-fortified fertiliser either grazed as fresh grass or conserved as silage or hay.…
 
As growers start thinking about second nitrogen applications, in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Natalie Wood, Yara's UK Arable Agronomist to discuss how tools such as the N-Tester, Atfarm and N-Sensor can be used to optimise the efficiency of nitrogen applications. Natalie also discusses how tissue testing can be used to identify micronutrient d…
 
As crops begin spring growth it is important to remember the micronutrients that complement the macronutrients. In this episode, John Keyte, Yara's Speciality Product Manager, talks about micronutrients and discusses the various options for managing crops and incorporating micronutrients into crop nutrition programmes.…
 
As it will soon be time to think about planning nutrition of silage crops, in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Philip Cosgrave Yara's Grassland Specialist and begins by asking "What is the silage for?" for advice on what livestock farmers can be doing to make the right quality of silage for its intended use to manage the trade-off between yield an…
 
With farmers looking more and more for technology to help with their nutrient management, in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to James Craske, the head of Yara's digital solutions team in Europe to learn about the new digital technologies being developed by Yara to help farmers tackle their nutrient management decisions.…
 
As days start to lengthen again it could soon be time to think about fertiliser applications to autumn-sown cereals, so in this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Natalie Wood, Yara's UK Arable Agronomist to learn what growers should do this season in terms of timing and rates for the first nitrogen applications.…
 
As livestock farmers start to think about restarting grass growth, in this episode Ken Rundle talks to Philip Cosgrave Yara's Grassland Specialist for advice on what livestock farmers can be doing to proactively manage soil fertility with spring fertiliser applications, particularly nitrogen, to maximise early grass growth with a view to getting li…
 
Now that this season's potato crop has mostly been lifted and is in store it's time to start planning for next season's crop. In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Tom Decamp, Yara's Potato Specialist to discuss options for next season. Particularly thinking about some of the environmental pressures facing growers and discussing how the crop nutriti…
 
In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Yara's Anke Kwast, VP for climate neutrality to learn how Yara intend to become carbon neutral by producing green fertilisers involving initiatives such as green ammonia where fertilisers are made using renewable energy sources together with digital farming tools to increase nitrogen use efficiency.…
 
Now the harvest has finished and the data has been analysed this is a good time to review the results. Natalie Wood, Yara's chief arable agronomist talks to Ken Rundle and discusses the key results from Yara's 2020 trials on cereals and oilseed rape. Amongst other topics Natalie discusses, sulphur response, phosphate and potash timing, the benefit …
 
Farm safety is the topic this week as Ken Rundle is joined by Alma Jordan the founder of AgriKids. They talk about the success of AgriKids campaign to encourage, educate and empower youngsters in Ireland to improve safety on the farm and to learn how this could be replicated in Great Britain too.By Yara Agronomy Team
 
Phosphate is arguably more important than nitrogen for crop growth. In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Mark Tucker, Yara UK Head of Agronomy, to find out why phosphate is so important to crop growth and understand why availability is fundamental and how this is influenced by fertiliser choice.By Yara Agronomy Team
 
As autumn crops begin to establish it is worth considering micronutrients to ensure all the crop's nutrient requirements are met. In this episode, Mark Tucker, Yara UK Head of Agronomy, discusses the role of micronutrients and reminds why they should be considered important for all crops, not just the high yield potential crops.…
 
In this episode, Ken Rundle talks to Natalie Wood, Yara's arable agronomist to find out what lessons we can learn from the success of the World record wheat crop. He asks Natalie what cereal growers should be focusing on this autumn to emulate the winning strategy, particularly soil sampling, grain analysis and proactive nutrient management.…
 
In this episode Ken Rundle talks to Eric Watson from South Island, New Zealand who now holds the Guinness World record for wheat with a yield of 17.39 t/ha together with Yara's New Zealand arable specialist, Paul Johnston to find out the secrets to the success behind the record-breaking crop with the help of YaraVita micronutrients.…
 
With many livestock farmers facing reduced grass growth so far this season Philip Cosgrave Yara's Grassland Specialist takes stock of this seasons silage campaign and gives advice on how farmers should be adapting fertiliser applications to cope with the conditions this season.By Yara Agronomy Team
 
At a time of year when almost every fruit grower has decisions to make here is the latest advice from Giz Gaskin Yara's Fruit Specialist for all fruit growers talking about the role of calcium improve shelf life in soft and cane fruits and to improve skin finish in apples. Also talking about the best nitrogen options for bush fruit particularly blu…
 
As growers begin to make plans for next season's fertiliser purchases it is important to think about the nutrients beyond nitrogen, especially sulphur. In this episode Natalie Wood, Yara UK Country Agronomist, talks about the reasons sulphur is so important and what growers should consider when buying next season's fertiliser.…
 
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