An organic bacterial slurry inoculant to maximise the fertiliser value of your slurry
Mobilise plant available nutrients including ammonium
Makes a more homogenous, easier to handle slurry – saving time and fuel
Maximises nutrient availability which reduces bought-in fertiliser costs
Improves soil condition by restoring a balanced C:N ratio
Helps to reduce odour
SlurryBugs adds non-pathogenic bacteria and enzymes to your slurry to drive the breakdown of solid matter. The bacteria secrete enzymes which break up the undigested fiber (cellulose and other plant matter) releasing the soluble nutrients and making them available for spreading onto land, whilst producing a more homogenous liquid slurry. This makes slurry handling easier, and reduces the need for bought in fertiliser.
Where can I use SlurryBugs®?
SlurryBugs is suitable for any type of slurry store including:
Latest slurry fertiliser data revealed… just how many ££’s can SlurryBugs inoculants help you save?
New analysis found SlurryBugs® treated slurry had higher total nitrogen (+27%), phosphate (+45%) and potassium (+16%) levels compared to untreated slurry.
This difference represents an NPK slurry value of £2.25/tonne, equivalent to around 20% more economic value. Read more about the findings here.
We can also estimate the ROI that can be achieved through using SlurryBugs on your farm. Give us a call today on 01772 860085 to find out just how much SlurryBugs can help you to save.
How long will it take to see progress from SlurryBugs®?
This depends on the starting condition of your slurry, what is in there and what variants you’ve used. If used as advised, changes start to become noticeable after 4-5 weeks. After 10 weeks you should have a homogenous, easy to spread, free flowing slurry system.
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