OMEX suspension fertilisers are tailor made to match field and crop requirements.
Suspensions can contain almost any mix of nutrients and micronutrients, which are perfectly mixed so that each droplet of the product contains the complete analysis of nutrients, for unbeatable accuracy and consistency.
While solid blended fertiliser is prone to segregation, OMEX suspensions do not separate or settle during transport and application, and remain fully uniform from the factory to the last drop applied in the field.
OMEX suspension fertilisers offer a number of benefits over conventional solid fertilisers.
OMEX suspension fertilisers benefits
Due to the nature of the product, OMEX suspensions are applied by a dedicated team of contractors with licensed specialist spraying machinery, able to treat up to 350 hectares per day and freeing farm labour to carry out important planting, harvest and cultivation work.
The sprayers are equipped with 36m booms, high accuracy rate control plus GPS section control and auto-steering. Specialist headland nozzles ensure that the full rate of fertiliser is applied evenly right up to the field boundaries and no further.
Beat Blackgrass with Avadex
Avadex can be mixed and applied with your Suspension Fertiliser to help beat blackgrass. Using Avadex in your Suspension Fertiliser has a number of benefits:
- Excellent efficacy
- Even distribution across the soil surface
- Held on clods – maintaining 100% soil cover
- Activated by the moisture in the Suspension Liquid Fertiliser
- The most accurate application at 36m width, right up to the field margin or buffer zone
- No farm labour required
- No strorage, no handling, no bag disposal, no wastage
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