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TAS Country : December 9th 2010
4 Tasmanian Country Friday, December 10, 2010 No fertiliser NIL HAF SSP Cumulative tonnes of DM/ha HAF with 11kgP and 14kgS/ha SSP remains the king of fertiliser 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 SSP with 11kgP and 14kgS/ha ...with Tasmanian made single super Research* conducted across nine sites over five years clearly demonstrated that single superphosphate (SSP) is still the best pasture fertiliser. It produces 30% more pasture than high analysis fertiliser (HAF) with a 50% reduction in cost. • SSP's secret is the right balance of Phosphorus, Sulphur and Calcium, which is essential for maximum pasture growth. No other fertiliser achieves this balance. • Phosphorus has low mobility in the soil. SSP provides nearly two times more granules per square metre than HAF, giving all plants access to phosphorus. With HAF a significant number of plants can remain unfertilised. Made in Tasmania for Tasmanian conditions. * 'Fertiliser and Ground Cover Management: The key to profitable and sustainable pasture.' R D Freebairn, D Lang, G Crocker, R Watson, C L Mullen. Published by New South Wales Agriculture 1994. Local focus, global strength www.impactfert.com.au 30% more pasture with a 50% reduction in cost RGM/IMT35107 Grow more grass, and grow it cheaper...
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