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Where soil P has accumulated above the soil test critical value it is possible to reduce P inputs without losing productivity... Soil testing for P can increase the profitability of fertiliser management decisions... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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KEY poiNtS A range of soil test values used to determine if a nutrient is deficient or adequate is termed a critical range... for Crop growth The critical value indicates if nutrient supply Crop growth not limited by nitrogen and sulfur, which are highly mobile is likely to result in a crop yield response limited by deficiency deficiency in the soil, 0 to 60cm is recommended... KCl-40 S soil tests taken from deeper sampling provide a more reliable prediction of S response in canola...
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KEY poiNtS A range of soil test values used to determine if a nutrient is deficient or adequate is termed a critical range... for Crop growth The critical value indicates if nutrient supply Crop growth not limited by nitrogen and sulfur, which are highly mobile is likely to result in a crop yield response limited by deficiency deficiency in the soil, 0 to 60cm is recommended... KCl-40 S soil tests taken from deeper sampling provide a more reliable prediction of S response in canola...
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KEY poiNtS A range of soil test values used to determine if a nutrient is deficient or adequate is termed a critical range... for Crop growth The critical value indicates if nutrient supply Crop growth not limited by nitrogen and sulfur, which are highly mobile is likely to result in a crop yield response limited by deficiency deficiency in the soil, 0 to 60cm is recommended... KCl-40 S soil tests taken from deeper sampling provide a more reliable prediction of S response in canola...
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KEY poiNtS A range of soil test values used to determine if a nutrient is deficient or adequate is termed a critical range... for Crop growth The critical value indicates if nutrient supply Crop growth not limited by nitrogen and sulfur, which are highly mobile is likely to result in a crop yield response limited by deficiency deficiency in the soil, 0 to 60cm is recommended... KCl-40 S soil tests taken from deeper sampling provide a more reliable prediction of S response in canola...
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KEY poiNtS A range of soil test values used to determine if a nutrient is deficient or adequate is termed a critical range... for Crop growth The critical value indicates if nutrient supply Crop growth not limited by nitrogen and sulfur, which are highly mobile is likely to result in a crop yield response limited by deficiency deficiency in the soil, 0 to 60cm is recommended... KCl-40 S soil tests taken from deeper sampling provide a more reliable prediction of S response in canola...
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KEY poiNtS A range of soil test values used to determine if a nutrient is deficient or adequate is termed a critical range... for Crop growth The critical value indicates if nutrient supply Crop growth not limited by nitrogen and sulfur, which are highly mobile is likely to result in a crop yield response limited by deficiency deficiency in the soil, 0 to 60cm is recommended... KCl-40 S soil tests taken from deeper sampling provide a more reliable prediction of S response in canola...
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Other measurements that aid the interpretation of soil nutrient tests include soil pH, percentage of gravel in the soil, soil carbon/organic matter content, P sorption capacity [currently measured as Phosphorus Buffering index (PBi)], electrical conductivity, chloride and exchangeable cations (CeC) including aluminium... for canola the critical value measured in the 0 to 10cm soil layer is 44mg K/kg for all soils to achieve 90 per cent of maximum yield... The critical wheat soil S test value measured in the 0 to 30 cm soil layer is 4.6mg S/kg for all soils to achieve 90 per_cent of maximum yield...
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Other measurements that aid the interpretation of soil nutrient tests include soil pH, percentage of gravel in the soil, soil carbon/organic matter content, P sorption capacity [currently measured as Phosphorus Buffering index (PBi)], electrical conductivity, chloride and exchangeable cations (CeC) including aluminium... for canola the critical value measured in the 0 to 10cm soil layer is 44mg K/kg for all soils to achieve 90 per cent of maximum yield... The critical wheat soil S test value measured in the 0 to 30 cm soil layer is 4.6mg S/kg for all soils to achieve 90 per_cent of maximum yield...
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Other measurements that aid the interpretation of soil nutrient tests include soil pH, percentage of gravel in the soil, soil carbon/organic matter content, P sorption capacity [currently measured as Phosphorus Buffering index (PBi)], electrical conductivity, chloride and exchangeable cations (CeC) including aluminium... for canola the critical value measured in the 0 to 10cm soil layer is 44mg K/kg for all soils to achieve 90 per cent of maximum yield... The critical wheat soil S test value measured in the 0 to 30 cm soil layer is 4.6mg S/kg for all soils to achieve 90 per_cent of maximum yield...
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