Nutrient Rich, High Quality Fertiliser for Land Owners
The end result of our process is a nutrient rich digestate biofertliser which can be spread to land to reinvest its nutrient content into new crop growth. Digestate is a black liquid similar to the thickness of gravy. Typical applications vary from 11 to 30 tonne/ hectare depending of the time of year and the crop. We have worked tirelessly with local farmers to develop an innovative, efficient and cost effective way of spreading digestate to land which ensures that the net cost to you can be over half that of spreading mineral fertiliser.
Using our fertiliser can dramatically reduce input costs thus improving your crop break-even ratio’s and save valuable time otherwise spent on spreading
Our fertiliser is spread using low-level application techniques, greatly improving nutrient efficiency and maximising crop uptake. It is in liquid form, helping nutrients permeate through the soil and access root structures and the organic matter included in our fertiliser helps improve soil quality and nutrient retention properties.
Digestate Liquid Fertiliser:
- is half the cost of mineral fertiliser
- can be used on a wide variety of land
- improves crop break-even ratios
- enhances nutrient penetration through the soil
- typical applications vary from 11 to 30 tonnes per hecatre
Contact our FACTS qualified advisor for a detailed analysis, crop recommendation and application advice
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*Below is the relative indicative cost of fertiliser accounting for the product cost and its application to land.
Returning Valuable Nutrients to Land
Using our fertiliser closes the recycling loop and ensures valuable nutrients are utilised for crop and food production rather than lost to landfill, burnt or locked-up in forms unavailable for plant uptake.
Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Mineral fertiliser such as ammonium nitrate production using the Haber-Bosch process is highly energy intensive, with costs linked to rising oil prices. Furthermore, phosphate, a key nutrient, is a finite mineral resourceintensively mined in remote areas and chemically treated. Using recycled nutrients greatly reduces the carbon-footprint of fertiliser production and delivery.
Our fertiliser is suitable for use on:
- grassland for silage/haylage, grazing or sward re-seeding
- winter & spring cereals
- oil seed rape
- sugar/fodder beet
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