It's a decision to grow. 
A decision to move forward, and invest in the future.

We've stood by the decisions of WA growers for generations because we know it takes more than fertiliser to grow. It takes perseverance and resilience. It takes responsiveness, adaptability, flexibility and precision. Our product development team started trials on Flexi-N in 1997 to help WA growers realise their yield potential.

What is Flexi-N?

CSBP's Flexi-N is a premium clear liquid fertiliser that contains nitrogen in three forms: nitrate, ammonium and urea. 

Flexi-N: Flexible. Responsive. Precise.

  • Low-cost, long-term on-farm storage without nutrient or product degradation
  • Apply the right rate, at the right time, in the right place with customised application methods
  • Play the season with improved in-season flexibility
  • Apply accurately in a wide range of weather conditions
  • Increase labour and machinery efficiency with chemical and trace element compatibility
  • Increased speed and ease of product handling
  • Precision and ease of application for maximum return on your nitrogen spend
  • Nitrogen is supplied in 3 forms (nitrate, ammonium and urea) which may reduce potential for volatilisation 

Flexi-N range

What are the benefits of Flexi-N tank telemetry? Find out here.

Our scientific approach to nutrition: Flexi-N trials and results

Our field research program looks at important yield-limiting factors and optimal application, giving us, and you, a better understanding of how to maximise returns.

Discover the insights from our leading Flexi-N trials below or head to our Research + Agronomy site to view all trials data.

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Banded Flexi-N outperforms delayed application

Aim: To compare the effectiveness of Flexi-N banded at seeding (BAS) vs streamed onto the crop at Z30 (early stem elongation).

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Improved efficiencies with banded Flexi-N vs streamed

Aim: To investigate whether nitrogen (N) use efficiency can be improved in season through a combination of different application methods such as banded at seeding (BAS), streaming and mid-row banding (MRB) on barley.

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Testing the 4Rs in action - Does rate and timing make a difference?

Aim: To investigate whether nitrogen (N) use efficiency can be improved in season through a combination of different application methods such as banded at seeding (BAS), streaming and mid-row banding (MRB) on barley.

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Increased Flexi-N applications maximise yield and increase profitability

Aim: To compare various nitrogen (N) fertiliser strategies on hybrid canola and determine the profitability of N applied at seeding, bolting and mid-late flowering.

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Agronomic insights

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