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Catalogue: Ground Cover
During spring 2014, a range of MPCN research projects were showcased at field days across Western Australia by collaborators from the Department of Agriculture and Food, WA (DAFWA), CSIRO, the University of Western Australia (UWA) and Murdoch University... Dr Craig Scanlan from DAFWA discusses the interaction between lime and soil nutrients at the Liebe Group Spring Field Day in September 2014... Dr Ross Brennan, from DAFWA, and ConsultAg agronomist Garren Knell joined forces at a CSBP trial site in York and a GRDC national frost project trial site in Wickepin to produce a short video addressing the conjecture regarding a link between copper deficiency and frost damage...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
During spring 2014, a range of MPCN research projects were showcased at field days across Western Australia by collaborators from the Department of Agriculture and Food, WA (DAFWA), CSIRO, the University of Western Australia (UWA) and Murdoch University... Dr Craig Scanlan from DAFWA discusses the interaction between lime and soil nutrients at the Liebe Group Spring Field Day in September 2014... Dr Ross Brennan, from DAFWA, and ConsultAg agronomist Garren Knell joined forces at a CSBP trial site in York and a GRDC national frost project trial site in Wickepin to produce a short video addressing the conjecture regarding a link between copper deficiency and frost damage...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Research is showing that increased lime use across WA is affecting micronutrient concentrations in crop plants and changing the residual value of these nutrients on acid soils... To assess the micronutrient status of cereal crops, samples of flag leaves are the best bet for tissue testing analysis... Dr Brennan, of the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA), says the MPCN team is also finding that liming on acid soils reduces Cu, Zn and Mn concentrations but increases Mo in crop plants and can change the residual value of micronutrients...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Research is showing that increased lime use across WA is affecting micronutrient concentrations in crop plants and changing the residual value of these nutrients on acid soils... To assess the micronutrient status of cereal crops, samples of flag leaves are the best bet for tissue testing analysis... Dr Brennan, of the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA), says the MPCN team is also finding that liming on acid soils reduces Cu, Zn and Mn concentrations but increases Mo in crop plants and can change the residual value of micronutrients...
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