The Benefits of Liquids

A liquid fertiliser system requires less manual handling of bags from store to the field, less machinery involved amounting to fewer staff engaged on fertiliser application.

Deliveries and replenishments are made efficiently to field side tanks located around the farm. Our drivers can be accurately guided to any tank by what3word location software.

It all adds up to a more efficient and productive way of producing food, which in an uncertain world, should allow UK Agriculture to compete more effectively in global markets.

Unattended Delivery

Deliveries and replenishments are made to field side tanks located around the farm by drivers guided by what3words.

Optimised Machinery

With tanks placed strategically around the farm, there is no need for farmers to keep spare loaders, trailers and barn storage for liquid fertilisers. It is a true one-man operation.

More Efficient

A liquid fertiliser system requires less manual handling of bags from store to the field. It also requires less staff, less machinery and preserves your valuable under cover storage for grain or machinery.

Less Plastic Waste

This year we have particularly noticed that growers using liquids have valued significantly less waste generated on their farms. No additional recycling or disposal costs.

Less Leaching

With a greater proportion of nitrogen in the ammoniacal and ureic forms, fertiliser is less likely to leach

Better Agronomy

Nitrasol liquid fertilisers are made using UAN which is specifically produced for agricultural use. It contains 25% nitrate, 25% ammoniac and 50% ureic.

Precision Application

With the move to wider bout widths, liquid fertilisers can be precisely, evenly and reliably applied onto crops without the risk of uneven application or misapplication into field margins, hedgerows or water courses.

Sulphur Flexibility

Currently 75% of the Liquid Nitrogen sold in the UK contains sulphur. Sources can include Ammonium Sulphate or Ammonium Thiosulphate [ATS].