Nitrogen strategies for long season wheatBy Angus McAlpine
We're running trials at Dalwallinu to investigate the yield potential of three wheat varieties that are relatively untried in the northern WA wheatbelt.
What have we done to our soils?By James Easton
Soil samples from neighbouring areas and other tests help us appreciate how some things have changed and the constraints to productivity we face.
How much N and K do big canola crops need?By James Easton
To appreciate the demands of big canola crops, we are repeatedly plant testing plots in a trial with high yield potential near Brookton.
Tailoring crop nutrition in the Great SouthernBy Alisa Bryce
After a promising start to the season, Great Southern District Manager Matt Tropiano is busy checking crop nutrient status, revisiting yield targets and adjusting nutrition programs.
Nitrogen Strategies trial updateBy Scott Nelson
Two CSBP trials at Arthur River are looking at nitrogen requirements in canola-wheat and wheat-wheat rotations and the potential value of residual N.
Re-thinking budgets for better productionBy Alisa Bryce
CSBP Area Manager Drew Maughan considers the need for blanket high pre and post-seeding sulfur applications in canola.
How much Sulfur does canola need?By James Easton
Canola is often regarded as having a high requirement for sulfur, but does it?
Don't miss the opportunity to plant sampleBy Scott Nelson
Plant testing can identify inadequate nutrient supply, even in crops and pastures that may appear to be growing well.