Nitrogen use efficiency on the South CoastBy James Easton
With increasing crop demand for nitrogen (N) fertiliser, what are the opportunities for increasing the efficiency of what we apply to cereals?
Burning stubbleBy Brad Smith
What temperatures are fertilisers and ameliorants exposed to when stubble is burnt, and for how long?
What is mineralisation?By Luke Dawson
Mineralisation is the phrase used to describe the process whereby organic forms of nitrogen in the soil are converted to available forms of N.
CSBP Soil and Health Nutrition GuideBy Scott Nelson
CSBP has created a guide for our trusted nutrition advisers that provides an updated snapshot of current soil conditions and trends in southwestern WA.
Potassium fertiliser - how long can it last?By Luigi Moreschi
In 2017 we set up a trial site at Strawberry, looking at potassium fertiliser strategies for a lupin-wheat rotation.
Targeted soil samplingBy Luke Dawson
Soil testing and NUlogic analysis ensures that you can use the right product at the right rate in the right place at the right time on your farm.
Hay cuts begin at Yerecoin trialBy Holly Chandler
Harvest has officially started for the trials team with the first hay cuts taken in Yerecoin last week.
Grain analysis for lupinsBy Angus McAlpine
Low levels of manganese concentrations in lupin seed can affect germination vigour and crop establishment in next season’s crop. Grain analysis is a cost effective method of measuring seed manganese levels.