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Fertiliser cooperative Ravensdown continues to bounce back from the abyss, after its latest annual result and rebate announcement.
A Te Karaka student has been awarded the Mangatu Blocks and Ravensdown Scholarship, providing three years study at Auckland University.
Nutrient budgets are being created as part of nutrient management services offered by Ravensdown, as farmers grapple with their changing regulatory obligations.
A Ravensdown-sponsored study by AgResearch, of highly invasive tutsan, has found there is no quick-fix when it comes to controlling and eradicating the weed.
There's been noise in the market recently about urea coatings that can reduce volatilisation -– the process where nitrogen is lost to the atmosphere rather than available to the plant.
PALMERSTON NORTH student Braydon Schroder is the latest winner of the Hugh Williams Ravensdown Memorial University Scholarship.
Plummeting oil prices haven’t translated into much cheaper fertiliser yet and it’s unlikely they will any time soon, says Ravensdown.
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