New WRAP Video Helps More Farmers Use Digestate as a Renewable Fertiliser
Produced by WRAP and free to use, the video titled ‘Using digestate as a renewable fertiliser’ provides practical advice for farmers and agronomists on how to maximise the supply of nutrients to crops, and how this can be balanced with standard fertilisers. For more please click the following link http://www.wrap.org.uk/content/using-digestate-biofertiliser.
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