Fertiliser Review

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Fertiliser Review No. 44

Published: 1 Mar 2021

  • Regenerative Agriculture - Revisited
  • The Soil Fertility Status of NZ Soils
  • The Missing Link?
  • RPRS Rear Their Ugly Head - Again!
  • Biohelp
  • Tow And Fert
  • Albrecht-Kinsey Soil Testing Put To The Sword Again

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Fertiliser Review No. 43

Published: 1 Mar 2020

  • Managing Water Quality
  • Surephos
  • New Product: Tripleplus

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Fertiliser Review No. 41

Published: 1 Mar 2019

  • Clover-Based Pasture First?
  • Fine Particle Application of Fertilisers
  • Greenpeace vs the Fertiliser Companies
  • Reactive Phosphate Rock (RPR)
  • The ETS and the Zero Carbon Bill
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Fertiliser Review No. 40

Published: 1 Sep 2018

  • Smart Products or Good Marketing
  • Regenerative Agriculture
  • Fine Particle Application (FPA) Fertilisers
  • Urea and SustaiN Decreases Pasture Production?
  • Lime
  • Soil Acidification: A Sustainability Issue for High Country?
  • When is an Experiment not an Experiment?
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Fertiliser Review No. 39

Published: 1 Nov 2017

  • SmartFert - the Holy Grail?
  • Fertiliser Advice
  • RePlenish from Terracare Fertilisers Ltd
  • Urea and SustaiN can decrease pasture production?

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Fertiliser Review No. 38

Published: 1 Mar 2017

  • Price Watch
  • Potassium
  • Tow & Fert
  • A New Fertiliser Company
  • Fine Lime
  • Carbon Dioxide: Friend or Foe?
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Fertiliser Review No. 37

Published: 1 Sep 2016

  • Pasture First
  • Fine Particle Application (FPA)
  • Sustain and Phased N
  • All Paddock Testing
  • A Tragic Case of Misdiagnosis

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Fertiliser Review No. 36

Published: 1 Mar 2016

  • What Fairfax Media Chose Not to Publish
  • New Product: Thermophos
  • Speculation About Silicon
  • When is an RPR not an RPR
  • Dicalcic Phosphate: Weasel Words

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Fertiliser Review No. 35

Published: 1 Sep 2015

  • Talking About Soil Organic Matter
  • Are Your Nutrient Tanks Full
  • Fine Particle Application (FPA)
  • Let the Buyer Beware (Again!)
  • Managing Nutrients in Farm Dairy Effluent

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Fertiliser Review No. 34

Published: 1 Mar 2015

  • Sustain
  • Changes to the Fair Trading Act
  • Maxicrop is Back
  • Soil Test Histograms
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Fertiliser Review No. 33

Published: 1 Sep 2014

  • Sulphur Fertilisers
  • Old Recipes May Not Work
  • Beware: The Resin Test and Reactive Phosphate Rocks
  • Aluminum Soil Test
  • All Paddock Testing

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Fertiliser Review No. 32

Published: 1 Mar 2014

  • Feed the soil versus feed the plant
  • More soil testing problems
  • Biological farming - what is it?
  • Phosphate rock reserves - sustainable?
  • Sustain
  • Stick with Science

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Fertiliser Review No. 31

Published: 1 Jun 2013

  • Overseer is not a regulatory tool
  • A 50% increase in productivity by year 2025

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Fertiliser Review No. 30

Published: 1 Mar 2013

  • Sustainability – how does this apply to agriculture?
  • Water Quality – some questions you should ask your Regional Council
  • Is the climate changing?
  • Sustainable Nitrogen Fertilisers
  • Is Nitrogen a pollutant?

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Fertilizer Review No. 29

Published: 1 Sep 2012

  • Agrisea
  • All Paddock Testing – Chasing Tales
  • Humates, Fulvates and Soil Organic Matter
  • Introducing Dr Robert McBride, Soil Phosphorus Retention
  • Case Study: Abron Farm Consultants

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Fertiliser Review No. 27

Published: 1 Sep 2011

  • Potassium: A forgotten Nutrient?
  • All Paddock Soil Testing – an analysis of the process and it’s merits
  • All about Abron
  • Pasture Persistence: a soil fertility problem?
  • Professional incompetence or poor training?

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Fertiliser Review No. 24

Published: 1 Mar 2010

  • Get your Fertiliser Act Together
  • Less N
  • SustaiN: In More Trouble?
  • EcoN
  • The Commercialization of Science
  • Post Script

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Fertiliser Review No. 22

Published: 1 Mar 2009

  • Sustain versus Urea
  • Fertiliser Co-ops: Who do they serve?
  • Poos and wees: how much and were does it go?
  • ProGibb
  • Nutrient Budgets: interprete with caution
  • Elemental Sulphur: Our recent experience
  • Price Watch

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Fertiliser Review No. 21

Published: 1 Sep 2008

  • Fertiliser Costs: What do we do?
  • How to feed Soil Bugs
  • Under the fence line
  • Nitrogen Inhibitors: A need for National Trial
  • Earthworms: The Dangers of Romantic Love

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Fertiliser Review No. 20

Published: 1 Mar 2008

  • Managing soil organic matter
  • Fertiliser prices: living with increasing costs
  • Mainland Minerals: Again!
  • A new soil test for sulphur?

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Fertiliser Review No. 19

Published: 1 Oct 2007

  • Has you pasture got the pox? Nutrient deficiencies
  • The Organic Movement – its origins
  • Can you have you cake and eat it? Environmental good news
  • What were they thinking? – a liquid fertiliser story
  • A question for the co-operatives? Di-calcic superphosphate
  • Price Watch – P fertilisers
  • Farmers, fertilisers and anecdotal evidence
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Fertiliser Review No. 17

Published: 1 Oct 2006

  • Nitrogen Fertiliser Revisited
  • The Cost of P Fertiliser
  • Mainland Minerals: a case of let the buyer beware?
  • New versus old pasture

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Fertiliser Review No. 16

Published: 1 Apr 2006

  • Efficient fertiliser use on the dairy farm
  • All you need to grow?
  • Fertiliser: what to do in a downturn
  • Potassium: malignant or maligned?

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Fertiliser Review No. 15

Published: 1 Oct 2005

  • Ureas versus Sustain
  • Lime: Is finer better?
  • When is a Fertiliser not a Fertiliser?
  • Fertiliser: always a good investment
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Fertiliser Review No. 13

Published: 1 Sep 2004

  • Good news for soil life
  • Urea: Volatilization losses of N
  • A Case of Confusing Advice?
  • Magic bullets? Nitrification and urease inhibitors

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Fertiliser Review No. 11

Published: 1 Sep 2003

  • Pasture sulphur requirements
  • Lime-Flo: liquid lime
  • Sechura RPR
  • Soil Testing: which laboratory?
  • Total Nutrient Management

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Fertiliser Review No. 10

Published: 1 Mar 2003

  • The economics of fertiliser use
  • P lockup? P fixation?
  • Sulphur
  • Managing nitrate leaching
  • Let the buyer beware
  • Total Nutrient Management: a new service
  • Price watch

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Fertiliser Review No. 9

Published: 1 Aug 2002

  • Efficient fertiliser use
  • Nutrient budgeting
  • Managing nutrient runoff
  • What is the optimal Olsen P?
  • Liquid fertilisers – again?
  • Product and services to avoid
  • Price watch
  • Phosphate rock reserves

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Fertiliser Review No. 8

Published: 1 Mar 2002

  • Transport and spreading costs
  • Biophos – organic but!
  • The Resin P test: Science and intrigue
  • Soil fertiliser trends: are we sustainable?
  • Soil inoculants, bio-stimulants and activators

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Fertiliser Review No. 6

Published: 1 Mar 2001

  • Lime Hill Country – is it economic?
  • Flea clover, Flea! A nitrogen dilemma
  • Why soils become acid
  • Script Fertiliser and FERTMARK
  • Scientific v observational trials
  • Magnesium revisited

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Fertiliser Review No. 5

Published: 1 Oct 2000

  • Nitrogen fertilisers: a need for caution?
  • Soil acidification due to fertilisers.
  • Plant nutrient ratios: what do they mean?
  • Mainland Minerals: be aware!
  • Fluid Fertilisers Ltd
  • Sodium fertiliser: an update.
  • Price watch: Magnesium fertilisers.

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Fertiliser Review No. 4

Published: 1 Feb 2000

  • Nitrosol: Liquid blood and bone
  • Soil Testing: Base saturation ratios
  • Price watch: Nitrogen fertilisers
  • Organic v chemical fertilisers
  • Summit-Quinphos: Misuse of science?

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Fertiliser Review No. 3

Published: 1 Oct 1999

  • The P fixation bogey (Part 3)
  • Magnesium fertilisers for pastures
  • Solid versus liquid fertilisers
  • Price watch: Phosphate fertilisers
  • Super versus RPR?
  • Lime reverted super

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Fertiliser Review No. 2

Published: 1 Mar 1999

  • Sodium: not a cure all….
  • Lime and liming materials
  • The P fixation bogey (Part 2)
  • Prescription Fertilisers (NZ) Ltd
  • Maxicrop is back….
  • The cost of P in super

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Fertiliser Review No. 1

Published: 1 Oct 1998

  • Lime -reverted superphosphate
  • The P fixation bogey (Part 1)
  • Reactive phosphate rocks
  • Prescription Fertilisers (NZ) Ltd
  • Cost of nutrients

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