Issue features examining nutrient response patterns in Sub-Saharan Africa, on-farm research providing insight into nutrient loss, impact of soil applied K on cotton, and much more.
September 14, 2016.
Nominations Are Due September 30, 2016.
Improved procedures for selecting the most appropriate rate of K fertilization will be one of many topics discussed at the January 2017 Frontiers of Potassium Science Conference.
The 4R Research Fund supports a project at the Kansas Agricultural Watershed field laboratory. The project goal is to protect water quality and maximize nutrient use efficiency while simultaneously providing producers with flexible management options for phosphorus fertilizers.
Updated for 2016!
IPNI's Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) is working with Cocoa Care to help cocoa farmers in Sulawesi, Indonesia, increase their productivity. The project provides education and training to farmers, and allows SEAP to conduct much needed research.
The French version is now available for purchase.
An examination of how applying 4R Nutrient Stewardship practices can help achieve proper nutrient use efficiency.
Our 4R manual is now available in multiple languages.
Our quarterly series featuring current issues on plant nutrition from a North American perspective.
Guidelines for selecting the most appropriate K source for plant nutrition will be one of many topics discussed at the January 2017 Frontiers of Potassium Science Conference
Conference dates: January 25-27, 2017. CALL FOR PAPERS NOW OPEN - September 1, 2016 - Short abstract submission deadline.
This year our Program Report provides a selection of short video highlights from just a few examples of our regional collaborations across the world.
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.
Featuring videos, e-books, manuals, slide sets, articles, and everything developed by IPNI and other cooperators on 4Rs—a concept that developed through a long history of cooperation between fertilizer industry and the scientific community and is being rapidly adapted throughout the world for increased crop yields, farm profits and better environment.
Explore the tactical plan for each IPNI Regional Program.