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How white clover was used on this Longford dairy farm to improve soil fertility

The Teagasc Grass10 team was on site in Longford on a seasonally wet April day to guide farmers through the latest white clover research. Farmers from surrounding townlands and counties gathered at Firmmount Farm, just outside Edgeworthstown, to learn more – with the Grass10 team highlighting the facility’s potential to shift dependency on expensive chemical nitrogen applications.

Gun makers have also been advised not to delay fertilizer application despite skyrocketing prices, and only consider white clover after soil fertility has been brought to specification.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/dairy/dairy-advice/how-white-clover-was-used-on-this-longford-dairy-farm-to-improve-soil-fertility-41586851.html How white clover was used on this Longford dairy farm to improve soil fertility

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