Collection

Fertiliser usage

Results from the British Survey of Fertiliser Practice.

The British Survey of Fertiliser Practice is an annual survey based on the selection each year of a representative sample of farms from mainland Britain. The main purpose of the survey is to estimate average application rates of nitrogen, phosphate and potash used for agricultural crops and grassland. Information is also collected on applications of sulphur fertilisers, organic manures and lime.

Documents

  1. British survey of fertiliser practice 2016

    • National Statistics
  2. British survey of fertiliser practice 2015

    • National Statistics
  3. British survey of fertiliser practice 2014

    • National Statistics
  4. British survey of fertiliser practice 2013

    • National Statistics
  5. British survey of fertiliser practice 2012

    • Official Statistics
  6. British survey of fertiliser practice 2011

    • Official Statistics
  7. British survey of fertiliser practice reports for 1992 to 2010

    • Official Statistics
  8. British survey of fertiliser practice dataset

    • Statistical data set
  9. British survey of fertiliser practice user statement

    • Guidance
Published 4 September 2013
Last updated 21 June 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated with link to 2016 statistical notice.
  2. British survey of fertiliser practice 2015 added, dataset updated.
  3. British survey of fertiliser practice 2014 added.
  4. Updated to include 2013 report.
  5. First published.