Special Issue: Dedicated to the International Year of Soils
Chloride is commonly found in nature—from seas, to soils, to the air—it’s everywhere. It is a monovalent anion, having a single negative charge (Cl-). Plants take up the element chlorine in this anionic form. Under standard conditions chlorine (Cl) is an unstable, yellow-green gas. Unlike Cl- , free Cl rarely occurs in nature.
Our soils are precious, help protect them. Share these resources and spread the message, soils sustain life.
This quarterly publication features current issues in plant nutrition.
IPNI has released the Fifth Edition of Southern Forages: Modern Concepts for Forage Crop Management authored by Dr. Don Ball, Dr. Carl Hoveland and Dr. Garry Lacefield.
Magnesium (Mg) is one of nine macronutrients and is taken up by plants in quantities similar to that of phosphorus (P).
A reference guide to improve general understanding of the best management practices for the use of water and fertilizers throughout the world to enhance crop production, improve farm profitability and resource efficiency, and reduce environmental impacts related to crop production.
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.