How Can Soil P Balance Influence Soil Test P? A case study from the Argentinian Pampas
Data from long-term crop rotation study sites were combined to evaluate the effect of long-term application (and omission) of P fertilizers. The impact of maintaining either a negative or positive P balances on soil test P at five distinct sites was described by single response functions despite a range of differences in soil properties.DOI: 10.24047/BC102411
Establishing a Plant Nutrition Network for the CREA Region in Southern Santa Fé
NPS plot at La Hansa
On-farm field experiments establish as a long-term network in 2000, to evaluate responses to N, P, and S in wheat, soybean, and maize in the southern Santa Fe and Southeastern Cordoba regions. Evolution of soil properties are evaluated periodically in teh different treatments.Learn More ...
Florencia A. Sucunza, Flavio H. Gutiérrez Boem, Fernando O. García, Miguel Boxler, and Gerardo Rubio. 2018. How Can Soil P Balance Influence Soil Test P? A case study from the Argentinian Pampas. Better Crops 102(4): 11-13. doi.org/10.24047/BC102411