Research into phosphorous return on wheat

Shannon Beattie
By Shannon Beattie
December 22 2021 - 2:00am
DPIRD research officer Craig Scanlan was the lead on a GRDC project looking into how soil properties and climate can influence yield response to phosphorus fertiliser in wheat.

WITH global phosphorus (P) supply chain issues continuing and prices for fertiliser expected to stay high in 2022, decisions about P fertiliser application rates are expected to have a greater influence on the budgets of grain-producing businesses than usual next season.

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