22 May 2017

Special Better Crops Issue Focusing on the IPNI Global Maize Project

Advancing the Science on Ecological Intensification for Maize-based Cropping Systems

16 May 2017

Plant Nutrition Today 2017, Issue #1 No. 8

A quarterly series featuring current issues on plant nutrition. Our weekly highlighted article is "IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY OF PERENNIAL MIXED FORAGE STANDS" by Dr. Tom Jensen.

01 May 2017

Enhancing Indian Farmer Income with Balanced Nutrition of a Rice-Maize Rotation

It has become increasingly common for farmers to grow rice, followed by maize each year in their fields. This rice-maize cropping system provides an option for farmers to diversify and improve their income compared to growing only rice. High-yielding maize removes more nutrients from the soil than rice or wheat. Current fertilization practices have led to an imbalanced and insufficient reservoir of many nutrients in the soil.

12 Apr 2017

Wildlife Food Plot Pocket Guide

A practical guide to forage production that provides a focus on information of interest to wildlife enthusiasts. The guide is packed with useful facts and reference lists related to plant characteristics, fertilizer and nutrients, stand establishment, animal requirements, grazing, and forage quality, including hay and silage. Available for purchase in the Store!

05 Apr 2017

Informaciones Agronómicas de Hispanoamérica

Número 25, Marzo 2017

29 Mar 2017

4R Phosphorus Management Practices for Major Commodity Crops of North America

Phosphorus plays crucial roles in biology and sustainability. It's particularly important in crop nutrition. 4R practices for phosphorus management have great potential to improve both crop yields and water quality. This paper reviews a science-based effort to describe such practices.

21 Mar 2017

Frontiers of Potassium Science Conference Website

The recorded oral presentations, posters, and conference proceedings are now available to view!

02 Mar 2017

Overcoming Human Zinc Deficiencies with Proper Fertilization

Zinc (Zn) deficiency in human diets causes people to have many health complications, including impaired brain development, weakened immune systems, and stunted growth. Zinc deficiency is responsible for the deaths of 450,000 children annually. Low Zn intake is clearly a major issue, especially among women, children, and the elderly living in the developing world.