When you are spreading your blend, your fertiliser do make a big difference. If something is a small versus something large within the same blend, they are going to be thrown different distances from the
impact on the vane. So it is important to bear in mind that it is not going to
be evenly distributed as a compound fertiliser would be. You need to choose a
quality compound fertiliser ideally because all the nutrients are in each granule or prill, this means that it is spread evenly and all the nutrients are
everywhere within the field and creates an even crop. If you are spreading a
poorer quality blend, the distribution of that will be different. You could have
a phosphate over here and nitron over there whereas in a compound everything is in the same place, so the plants are getting exactly what it needs. You need to make sure that your spreader settings are correct. Go to the manufacturers website, they should be on there. It is really important because
that sets a precedent for lodging or uneven crops.