Mike Bell from the University of Queensland and QAAFI talks about the increasing incidence they are seeing of soils with multiple nutrient problems and the implications on fertiliser management strategies. The video was taken at the National Soils Conference held in Melbourne in November 2014. Further information GRDC: Deep […]
David Hall from DAFWA says adding clays to sandy soils can add significant Potassium and Phosphorous, as well as improve the nutrient holding capacity of the soil. Recorded at the National Soil Science conference at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, November 2014. Further information Proceedings of the Soil Science Australia National Soil […]
After a hot finish to the winter crop season, the opportunity for summer crops is now upon us. Fertilisers can account for up to 40% of the variable costs of growing a crop. Hence it is well worth investing money in accurate soil testing and agronomic advice to help balance […]
Mike Bell from QAAFI and the University of Queensland presented to Advisers at the GRDC Update at Coonabarabran. In this video Mike talks about a new way of looking at P nutrition. For the full paper visit the GRDC website.
To reduce some of the uncertainty about in-crop nitrogen, Dr Rob Norton from the International Plant Nutrition Institute suggests using an N-Rich strip applied either presowing or soon after sowing. If responses can be seen later in the season where the extra N was applied, it is a good indication […]