Right weather to apply urea

Ward, Richard
April 2007
Farmers Weekly;4/13/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 15, p78
Trade Publication
The author provides updates on his farm in England. He relates that because of good weather conditions in March 2007, they had applied 50 units of nitrogen to their wheat and barley crops and put the final dose in early April. He remarks that he is having a difficult time trying to submit his Whole Farm Approach farm appraisal online or using the compact disc.


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