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NVZ Closed Periods 2019

The closed periods are rules on when you can spread manufactured fertilisers and also organic manures with a high readily available nitrogen content. These rules only apply to land inside of a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.

Organic Nitrogen

Start Date End Date Land Use Soil Type
1st August
31st December
Tillage Land
Shallow/Sandy
1st September
31st December
Grassland
Shallow/Sandy
16th September
31st December
Tillage Land*
Shallow/Sandy
1st October
31st January
Tillage Land
All Other Soils
15th October
31st January
Grassland
All Other Soils

*For Tillage Land with crops sown on or before 15th September 

Manufactured Nitrogen

Start Date End Date Land Use Soil Type

1st September

15th January

Tillage Land

All Soils

15th September

15th January

Grassland

All Soils

 

Examples of Manure Products with high readily available nitrogen:

  • Slurry
  • Poultry manures
  • Liquid anaerobic digestate
  • Liquid digested sewage sludge

There are no closed periods for farmyard manures, all manure spreading is subject to weather conditions. Please see the most up-to-date NVZ Guidance for more information or call our office.

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