|Presentation Title||Speaker Name|
|Why pH Matters||Dr George Fisher|
|British Survey of Fertiliser Practice (and other matters)||Chris Dawson|
|Regulatory Changes||Eileen Pullinger & Brian Annis OBE|
|From Calcuim to Protons: toward a new intelligence of liming for advising through new methods||Francois Xavier Gaumont|
|Granular Liming Developments||Mark Tripney|
|PAAG Professional Agricultural Analysis Group Reports|
|PAAG Report 2008-09|
|PAAG Report 2009-10|
|PAAG Report 2010-11|
|PAAG Report 2011-12|
|PAAG Report 2012-13|
|PAAG Report 2013-14|
|British Survey of Fertiliser Practice|
|British Survey of Fertiliser Practice 2014|
|British Survey of Fertiliser Practice 2013|
|British Survey of Fertiliser Practice 2012|
|British Survey of Fertiliser Practice 2011|
The British Survey of Fertiliser Practice (BSFP) provides information on agricultural lime and fertiliser use on the major crops and grass grown in mainland Britain.
It is increasingly evident when studying analysis from both the BSFP and PAAG reports that both the period between agricultural lime applications, and the percentage of samples recorded below optimum for farming systems are both increasing. Taken together these reports should serve as a clear reminder that lack of attention to the application of the appropriate pH undermines the soil’s potential.
Agricultural Lime reports for England & Wales appear in Table EW 1.4, and for Scotland Table SC 1.4.
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