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Urea volatilisation from post-seeding applications

By James Easton

Are the losses of ammonia volatilisation from broadcast urea big enough to worry about?

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Our 2020 field trials are in the ground

By Scott Nelson

We have restarted our 2020 field trials program and headed back out into the paddocks.

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February rains increase soil nitrates

By James Easton

An analysis of grower soil test results from before and after the late February rains have shown the increases in soil nitrates expected from mineralisation of the organic nitrogen pool.

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Fertiliser considerations for 2020

By Luke Dawson

Lower crop yields and less nutrients removed in the 2019 growing season does not mean inputs should be reduced in 2020.

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Minimising the risk of fertiliser toxicity

By James Easton

Mineral fertilisers are salts which can be detrimental to crop establishment if concentrations are too high when placed too close to the seed.

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How technology is driving the future of agriculture

By CSBP Team

Understand how technology is driving the future of Agriculture at CSBP.

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Correcting manganese deficiencies

By James Easton

Interest in applying manganese to crops is growing with anecdotal evidence of deficiencies increasing. So, how are deficiencies best corrected?

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Potential effects of gypsum on lupins

By James Easton

Lupins don’t like salt, and gypsum is a salt. If you grow lupins, be careful about using gypsum on the paddocks you grow them on.

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