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Better Crops With Plant Food

A Publication of the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI)

XCII (92) 2008, No. 3

Fundamentals of Fertilizer Economics Emphasized

Principles of Allocating Funds across Nutrients
T. Scott Murrell and Tom W. Bruulsema

Balanced Fertility Still Pays in Irrigated Corn (North America)
Mike Stewart, Steve Phillips, Terry Kastens, and Dietrich Kastens

High Fertilizer Prices: What Can Be Done? (Northern Latin America)
José Espinosa and Juan Pablo García

IPNI Crop Nutrient Deficiency Photo Contest—2008

Harmandeep Singh Khurana Joins Staff of IPNI as Deputy Director, India Program—West Zone

Raúl E. Jaramillo Joins Staff of IPNI as Deputy Director, Northern Latin America

Nutrient Management within a Wheat-Maize Rotation System (North Central China)
Hongting Wang, Ping He, Bin Wang, Pingping Zhao, and Hongmei Guo

Tropical Fruits of Brazil - Publication Available from IPI

International Plant Nutrition Colloquium Set for August 2009

Soils Exhibit Featured at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History

Corn Fertilizer Decisions in a High-Priced Market (North America)
Tom W. Bruulsema and T. Scott Murrell

Optimizing Nutrient Use in Low Fertility Tropical Soils In Times of High Fertilizer Prices (Brazil)
Luís I. Prochnow

Optimizing Cotton Profitability with Efficient Nutrient Use
Steve Phillips, Mike Stewart, and C.S. Snyder

Soil Testing and Balanced Fertilization Perform Critical Roles in a High-Priced Market (Pampas of Argentina)
Fernando García

Food Production and Economics of Fertilizer Use — Tracking the Returns in a Grain Crop (Northern Great Plains)
Tom Jensen

Economic Viability of Site-Specific Nutrient Management in Rice-Wheat Cropping System (India)
V.K. Singh, K.N. Tiwari, M.S. Gill, S.K. Sharma, B.S. Dwivedi, A.K. Shukla, and P.P. Mishra

Conversion Factors for USA System and Metric Units

IPNI Supports New Professorship to Explore Link Between Fertilizer and Nutrients

Fertilizer Still Pays
Terry L. Roberts