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Can the EU Turn the Tides on Increasing Ammonia Emissions?

Ammonia (NH) emissions in the EU increased with 2.8 % from 2013 to 2017. This trend of increasing NH emissions calls for...


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Tags: Ammonia emissions

Waste or Resource: How Can Farmers Get the Best Nutrient Value from Slurry?

Slurry from livestock holds valuable nutrients and microbes that are beneficial to soils and the growing of crops. Yet, in...


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Tags: Slurry, NEO

Application Timing – The Key to Unlocking Higher Yields From Slurry

When thinking of nutrient management planning, many people will think first of the quantifiable things, such as ‘how much...


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Tags: Slurry, NEO

Want to Learn the Application Methods of Our Nitrogen Enriched Organic Fertiliser (NEO)?

N2 Applied has developed a technology that enables local production of nitrogen fertiliser using only air, electricity and a...


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Tags: NEO

SafeManure Heralds a New Era for Farm Manure

SafeManure legislation opens new doors for manure-derived nitrogen fertilisers.


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Tags: Slurry

How Can Farmers Reduce the Need for Chemical Fertilisers With Improved Slurry?

Today society is dependent on chemical fertilisers to produce enough food for the growing population. However, the production...


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Tags: Slurry

How to turn your slurry into smelling like dark chocolate

For the general public, the smell from slurry spreading is sometimes a negative aspect of living in the countryside. The...


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Tags: Ammonia emissions, Slurry

Nitrogen – Will the Farm to Fork Strategy Manage to Cut Nutrient Losses? [Video interview 2/2]
We had a chat with Mr. Nitrogen himself, Prof. Mark Sutton, about his thoughts on the new Farm to Fork strategy and ambitions...

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Tags: Carbon footprint

Nitrogen – the Godfather of Pollution? [Video interview 1/2]
We had a chat with Mr. Nitrogen himself, Prof. Mark Sutton.

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Tags: Carbon footprint

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