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Soil testing the key to fertiliser strategy.. Northern region grain growers are being urged to test for subsoil phosphorus (P) in order to identify opportunities to bolster long-term yields through deep placement of P fertiliser... Deep soil testing to 40 centimetres or below across Western Australia's agricultural regions has revealed there is more nitrogen in the subsoil that can be accessed by crops than previously realised...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) funded research was conducted by CSIRO and the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) in collaboration with fertiliser company CSBP... These and other findings relating to crop nutrition are outlined in the GRDC Ground Cover supplement More Profit from Nutrition , mailed to growers in the March-April edition of Ground Cover and available at www.grdc.com.au/Ground-Cover-97-Supplement.. The supplement covers research conducted under the GRDC 'More Profit from Crop Nutrition' initiative which aims to give growers the knowledge to determine if their nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium application practices are efficient and meet best practice...
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After decades of consistent phosphorus (P) fertiliser application, many Western Australian soils now have adequate P status, presenting an opportunity for farmers to save on input costs... Testing subsoil (10 to 30 centimetres) P levels using both the Colwell-P and BSES-P tests across the farm is the key to making an informed decision about fertiliser applications rates... Region West, North, South < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Soil testing the key to fertiliser savings..
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