It is well established that soil compaction is poor for soil health and crop yields. Existing cropping practices however, leave soil compaction unavoidable. At best we can limit the impact that tracking fields has on the soil.
With spring nearing it is almost time to evaluate existing crops and determine which fields should be considered for spring seeding.
Kevin Havekes, Limestone Sales Manager at Kilwaughter Lime explains how a cost and time-effective solution is changing lime practices of old and improving the bottom line
Visit Kilwaughter Lime on 24th & 25th January for your chance to WIN 4 x 500g bags of G-Lime.
Farmers urged to invest in prevention, rather than cure, to ease suffering and save cash
Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd takes pride in protecting the local environment by minimising the impact we have on it. Environmental considerations are important to us therefore they play an integral part of business practice.
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