Students in the disciplines of soil and plant sciences including agronomy, horticulture, ecology, soil fertility, soil chemistry, crop physiology, and other areas related to plant nutrition are encouraged to apply.
The calculator estimates crop nutrient removal of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (expressed as P2O5), potassium (expressed as K2O), and sulfur (S) for a broad, and continually expanding, list of field crops.
Selenium (Se) is not essential for plants, but is required for many physiological functions in humans and animals. Since Se is obtained primarily from food, it’s accumulation by plants impacts human health.
The 2015 Planters' Diary includes short agronomy-related fact sheets on oil palm intensification, fertilizer optimization, and updates from IPNI's Southeast Asia Program (SEAP).
In This Issue: Is N Use Efficiency Changing with Corn Variety Improvement?; Advice on Dealing with Crop Price Changes; Does Fertilizer Affect Soil Microbes?; The Simple Rule Guiding Plant-available Phosphorus; Our 2014 IPNI Scholars ... and much more.
The 2014 Issue of Better Crops South Asia is focused on the Nutrient Expert(R) - a decision support tool that is successfully making nutrient recommendations at the field-scale for small holders.
This quarterly publication features current issues in plant nutrition.
This handbook was developed as a resource for researchers, extension agents, agrodealers and other stakeholders working with smallholder farmers.
IPNI's Nutri-Facts series focuses on each essential plant nutrient - presenting key facts concerning their use. Molybdenum is the latest addition to the series.
This series includes in-depth, critical reviews by IPNI Scientists on current issues related to plant nutrient science.