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About Pavo FieldCare
If a horse pasture is not fertilized, the quality of the turf slowly decreases. A pasture can therefore slowly change into a field with weeds. Good maintenance fertilization is part of a healthy horse pasture. Pavo FieldCare has been specially developed for this purpose: the ideal fertilizer for maintaining a good and healthy turf. Pavo FieldCare contains a special nitrogen compound that is released slowly (in 2 to 3 months). As a result, the grass grows evenly without the growth spurt that is undesirable for horses. Pavo FieldCare also contains phosphate, potassium, magnesium, sulfur and sodium, specially tailored for horse pasture.
Composition Fertilizer for horse pasture
ENTEC “normal” fertilizers contain a nitrogen compound that is released within a few days after spreading. This causes high levels in the grass, not desirable for horses !! The fertilizer for horse pasture contains a special nitrogen compound that is released slowly (in 2 to 3 months). This form of nitrogen is called ENTEC Nitrogen. ENTEC-Nitrogen is made by the company BASF and is used where the nitrogen in the soil has to be released slowly. What is the advantage of this ENTEC Nitrogen? The grass grows well, but the levels in the grass remain low (because not all nitrogen is released at once). Furthermore, there will be little leaching due to the special nitrogen compound. This is good for the environment and you also need to spread less fertilizer
The fertilizer contains not only nitrogen but also other fertilizers:
Phosphate is very important for the youthful growth of the roots, so that the young grass plants can get more nutrients from the soil. Weeds and poorer grasses are reduced by a good phosphate status
Potassium promotes the production of carbohydrates in the grass. This gives the grass energy and promotes grass growth. Potassium is important for the strength of the grass
Magnesium is an important building block for leaf green. The magnesium requirement of horses is also quite high. That is why it is important that grass contains sufficient Magnesium.
Sodium is important for the palatability of the grass. It does not promote grass growth, but makes the grass extra tasty for the horses
When can the horses return to the pasture after spreading Pavo FieldCare?
After spreading Pavo FieldCare, it must have rained well at least once so that the fertilizer granules lie nicely on the soil. If this is the case, the horses can go back to pasture, even if you still see grains. Depending on the amount of precipitation, the granules will be dissolved after about 2-3 weeks.
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