Fertilisers and soils in New Zealand farming
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Fertilisers and soils in New Zealand farming by C. During

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Published by P.D. Hasselberg, Govt. Printer in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English



  • New Zealand.


  • Fertilizers -- New Zealand.,
  • Soils -- New Zealand.,
  • Agriculture -- New Zealand.

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Edition Notes

StatementC. During.
LC ClassificationsS633.5.N45 D87 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination354 p., [3] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages354
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2573894M
ISBN 100477012175
LC Control Number85118649

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Most nitrogen used in New Zealand is applied to dairy and cropping farms and a limited number of drystock farms. Urea is the dominant form of nitrogen fertiliser used. Prior to the s, pastoral systems were almost solely reliant on clover to fix nitrogen. Data source: Fertiliser Association.   Fertilizer New Zealand John Barnes discusses the soil. Microbes - Rizobia - White clover - Balance of minerals and elements in the ground and ph levels. Fertilisers, Soil testing, herbage testing and fertiliser to pasture seed, crop seed and animal nutrition, Agrifert is here to help grow your farm. Who are we? AgriFert was formed in out of a growing concern for out of date practices by major fertiliser corporations. Vountary farm management qualifi cation under the French offi cial “Agriculture Raisonnée” scheme P. Eveillard Voluntary initiatives undertaken by the fertiliser industry of New Zealand H. Furness Fertcare® – putting best practice into stewardship N. Drew.