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Do I need to apply more or less nitrogen after the fallow?
As you’ve read in the previous article, growing a fallow crop can provide a wide range of benefits. Growing legumes in the fallow is a common practice. However, questions remain about the amount of nitrogen (N) available ...
Improving nutrient application improves water quality and farm profitability
The maintenance of good quality water, whether drinking water, river water or ocean water, is in everyone’s interest. Over the last couple of decades, the sugar industry has played a significant part in attempting to address ...
Fertilising the 2014 ratoon crop
With the planting for 2014 well advanced, attention needs to be paid to the nutrition of the ratoon cane.
Which fertiliser should I apply to my ratoons?
The 2013 harvest is well into the current season. Now until Christmas is the time the ratoons receive fertiliser to take them through the next 12 months. Which fertiliser do ratoons need and how much nutrient should be ...
Six Easy Steps TM meets industry, bovernment and community obligations
Backed by ongoing research, modification of the sugarcane industry's nutrient management guidelines has been occurring for the past 15 years. SRA has been extending those guidelines to the industry through a one-day, ...
Soil-Specific Nutrient Management Guidelines for Sugarcane Production in the Mackay District.
(Sugar Research Australia, 2015)
"Soil reference booklet for the Isis District" at head of title. Foreword, p 01-- About the authors, p 02 -- Acknowledgements, p 03 -- Glossary, p 04 -- Introduction, p 08 -- Chapter 1: Introduction to Mackay soils and ...