Tag archive: MPCN

All in the ebook – what advisors and growers wanted to know

We’ve created an ebook! Local crop nutrition strategies, informed by recent research, are what we aim for.  Leading researchers toured eastern Australia in 2016 to speak at on-farm workshops. Detailed discussions on each day helped bridge local needs and new science. We published a string of articles in 2016 to […]

Quality fertiliser decisions backed by science

Australian crop advisors can use the best available science to give fertiliser advice. The Better Fertiliser Decisions for Cropping (BFDC) database: is the best available data resource is continually upgraded with the latest field trial results holds data from over 5,600 research trials looking at fertiliser response underpins the recommendations […]

Top advisor info at MPCN roadshow 2016

Peter Lott is an independent cropping advisor who attended the More Profit from Crop Nutrition (MPCN) roadshow at Cootamundra in August 2016. At the end of the day he shared his thoughts on some of the topics covered at the field day, and how he approaches these in his work. […]

Crop nutrition field day provides local solutions

Researchers, agronomists and leading grain growers came together in July and August for a series of successful on-farm workshops presented by the More Profit from Crop Nutrition II (MPCN II) project. Findings from recent soil and plant nutrition research were outlined by crop nutrition and agronomy researchers, followed by in-depth […]

Deep Phosphorus fertiliser trials in NSW

Deep phosphorus (P) placement to improve crop productivity is being investigated in the central west of NSW, at Gilgandra and Nyngan. Led by Dr. Mike Bell (QAAFI), the trial investigates how deep P placement affects the fertility of the subsoil, and the economic effectiveness of deep P placement. The work […]