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Impacto Económico y Rentabilidad de la Fertilización

Presentado por Adrián Correndo en el 2do Seminario CPIA de BPA "Manejo de Suelos y Nutrición de Cultivos", en la Bolsa de Cereales, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Adrián A. Correndo

Efficiency of nitrogen carriers in calcareous soil under hybrid rice-wheat -green gram cropping system: a step towards Nutrient Expert® based 4R Stewardship plant nutrition approach

The carriers or the sources of added nitrogenous fertilizers play an important role in regulating N transformations, changing N loss patterns, and influencing NUE. Thus, there is ample opportunity to ...

La fertilización y una visión empresaria de largo plazo

Ing. Agr. Hugo Ghio – Productor rural, AAPRESID

Manejo nutricional eficiente para maximizar la producción de los cultivos

Dr. Gabriel Esposito – Facultad de Agronomía y Veterinaria (UNRC)

Agronomic, economic, social and environmental benefits of improved nutrient management practices in maize production systems under variable farm size, climate, soil fertility conditions and farmer resource endowment in Telangana, India.

A study was undertaken with the scientists of PJTSAU considering the following objectives. 1. To determine farmer typologies through implementation of rapid rural surveys in maize growing ecologies of ...

Best management practice of potassium for sunflower (Helianthus annuus, L.) in Northwest China

The objectives of the project are to: 1)To determine the critical level of soil K for sunflower production; 2)To study the influence of K source and time of application on sunflower seed yield and qua ...

Fertilización de la rotación: Sustentabilidad y Rentabilidad

Presentación realizada en el XXII Congreso Aapresid, Rosario, 6 al 8 de Agosto de 2014

2013 Annual Interpretive Summary - Assessment of Agronomic and Economic Benefits of Fertilizer Use in Maize Production Systems under Variable Farm Size, Climate and Soil Fertility Conditions in Eastern India

This project was started with the aim of understanding current fertilization practices of maize-growing farmers in eastern India and provide better recommendations to improve return on investment for ...

2013 Annual Interpretive Summary - Longerenong Cropping Challenge

The Longerenong Cropping challenge gives local advisers the opportunity to put their agronomic skills on show by managing a crop within a three year cycle of canola, wheat and then chickpeas. The plot ...

Optimising the yield and economic potential of high input cropping systems in the High Rainfall Zone

The High Rainfall Zone in southeastern Australia has high yield potentials for wheat and canola, but growers are faced with challenges about resource allocation in a relatively new and rapidly evolvin ...

2012 Annual Interpretive Summary - Assessment of Agronomic and Economic Benefits of Fertilizer Use in Maize Production Systems under Variable Farm Size, Climate and Soil Fertility Conditions in Eastern India

This project was initiated to synthesize information on farmer typologies (farmer groups classified by economic and social status), based on access and use of nutrient inputs, and apply the Nutrient E ...

Project Description - Assessment of Agronomic and Economic Benefits of Fertilizer Use in Maize Production Systems under Variable Farm Size, Climate and Soil Fertility Conditions in Eastern India

Background/Justification Eastern India is one of the most populous and intensively cultivated regions in the world. Farming in Eastern India is characterized by small landholders. Typically low resour ...

2012 Annual Interpretive Summary - Evaluation of the Potassium Status of Arable Soils in Ukraine on the Basis of Modern Soil Diagnostic Techniques and Development of Recommendations for the Rational and Efficient Application of Potassium Fertilizers.

The project aims to provide an accurate assessment of K status of arable soils, determine the demand for K fertilizers, establish the efficiency of K fertilizers in the soils of the main soil-climatic ...