"Soufflet Agro Ukraine" is one of those companies whose reputation is better than any advertisement.
On February 8, the company held a seminar in Lviv. So what was the purpose of the meeting and the topic of the discussion?
In agronomic science, there are many things that appear to be promising at first glance, but in most cases, they are not realized due to a whole range of causes and fears. One of such thing among others concerns the use of cover crops.
We do not need to explain further the benefits of using them, starting with enriching the field with organic matter, mobilizing nutrients to preserve moisture and loosening the soil. But if we want to find fields covered by so-called intermediate cultures – we must travel a lot. And even more so, find a farm which uses cover crops as true and effective element that directly influences the yields and profitability.
The technology of cover crops has been known for decades, but in Ukraine it is still the prerogative of farms specialized in production of organics. Cover crops require extra effort and cost, and the effect is difficult to see. Of course, most farmers are trying to simplify their lives and are quite pessimistic to complication of the technology.
On the other hand, everybody wants to get the best possible yield for minimal investment. From year to year, the land gives high yields, and from year to year, farmers believe that to some extent it is a gift of nature or higher forces. Although everyone is aware that humus and nutrients are gradually being picked from the soil. And after a while (for some farms this moment is already there), the land will turn into a desert, where even the weed will not grow. Such perspectives push agronomists and directors of farms to change the approach to land use.
Sharing information about crop fertilization on frozen and melting soil:
- AMONIUM CELITRE
- LIME-AMONIUM CELITRE
- AMONIUM SULFATE
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