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eBooks: from the Crop Nutrition Community of Practice

Available now: five interactive eBooks featuring a round-up of some of our most popular articles, videos and podcasts published over the last six years.

We’ve created five titles to capture the key topics explored by our Community of Practice during this time; Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Tests and targets, and Crop nutrition solutions.

These eBooks have been designed for all devices; no need for an epub reader – just click on the titles below, and they will launch in a new tab.

Nitrogen

It is no surprise that N has been the focus of more articles than any other topic by the Crop Nutrition Community of Practice. This ebook rounds up those articles, covering topics including:

  • Nitrogen and organic matter
  • Nitrogen and legumes
  • Nitrogen and Canola
  • Sampling
  • Testing
  • Planning
  • Applying N.

Phosphorus

Bringing together many of the  P focussed articles created over the years, this eBook covers topics including:

  • Testing and interpreting P 
  • Planning P
  • Applying P.

Potassium

The Potassium eBook covers topics including:

  • Why potassium is needed
  • K and frost, drought, stress and waterlogging
  • Sources of K
  • Identifying K deficiency
  • Methods for applying K

Tests and targets

Over the past six years, an extensive number of articles have been compiled for GRDC Communities Crop Nutrition covering soil, grain and tissue testing. This eBook collates these articles, as well as those related to interpreting and using test results and reviewing crop nutrition requirements under varying seasonal and environmental conditions. Topics include:

  • Soil testing
  • Deep soil testing
  • Tissue and grain testing
  • Testing and test strips

Crop nutrition solutions

This eBook collates many of the more general articles and reviews of industry updates and conferences, including:

  • General nutrient review
  • Soil conditions, amelioration and application methods
  • Seasonal and regional conditions
  • Records, management and tools
  • Nutrient deficiencies and use efficiencies
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