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Some compounds added to urea or urea-containing fertilizers can reduce the rate of the first “hydrolysis” step, and slow the rate of ammonia production. Under certain conditions, this can help reduce ammonia loss to the atmosphere.
This booklet provides a concise review of key concepts related to soil acidity, its evaluation and control through various management options. The book is 30 pages long, wire-o bound with dimensions 8 1/2 x 11 in.
Changes in crop prices often generate questions about the economics of fertilization. A detailed answer for a specific situation will depend on several factors, but a review of some fundamental principles can give us a foundation for addressing such questions. An article written by Drs. Paul Fixen and Mike Stewart on this issue has recently been published in CropLife magazine.
We are pleased to announce the availability of IPNI Scholar Award program for 2014. Deadline to apply for the award this year is APRIL 30. Only a limited number of recipients are selected for the award, worth US$2,000 each. “These awards are made possible by our member companies and are evidence of their respect for science,” said IPNI President Dr. Terry Roberts.
Our 4R Plant Nutrition Manual is available in an eBook format, and is available for download directly from the iTunes store.
Using both inorganic and organic sources, farmers can provide balanced nutrition necessary to achieve high crop yields while protecting the environment.
Urea is the most widely used solid nitrogen (N) fertilizer in the world. Understanding its behavior is important for getting the maximum benefit from this important plant nutrient.
Recently, the question has been raised of whether or not agriculture should be using potassium (K) fertilizers. Dr. T.S. Murrell, IPNI Northcentral Director, has prepared a review of this issue examining how the soil fertility and plant nutrition science determines if or when K should be applied.
The International Plant Nutrition Institute has just released its multilingual, web-based Crop Nutrient Removal Calculator tool.
The book Southern Forages was first introduced in 1991 and has since gained wide recognition as a practical and reliable source of information on modern forage crop management. This book is now available in Spanish. (FORRAJES DE LAS AMÉRICAS)
Stewardship Specifics are condensed, one-page bulletins providing scientific reviews of issues impacted by nutrient stewardship. Stewardship Specifics are written by IPNI staff and are intended to provide balanced assessments of current and emerging topics related to nutrient use, crop production, and environmental protection.