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Using Potassium to put more profit on the bottom line

Potassium nutrition is a key part of crop agronomy. Under the GRDC’s More Profit from Crop Nutrition program, Professor Richard Bell from Murdoch University and collaborators investigated Potassium (K) nutrition in Western Australia; to help growers and advisors better understand crop responses to K inputs in different situations.

A free webinar, presented by Prof. Bell, on the key research outcomes relevant to the management of K in crops:

  • The impact of K on susceptibility of wheat to frost
  • Managing K inputs in dry conditions
  • The substitution of K by sodium (Na) in certain environments
  • The value of subsoil K and it’s distribution in the profile.
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    Date: Friday 11th March

    Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00pm AWST

    Register here or contact Liam Ryan, +61 (0)8 9690 2081, liam.ryan@agric.wa.gov.au
    Logos for the More Profit from Crop Nutrition program and the Grains Research and development corporation.

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