Variable rate fertilization

In the last decade the need to fertilize soils rather than fields has been recognized and has led to the concept of variable fertilizer rates. Variable fertilizer rates have been advocated for a number of reasons:maximizing fertilizer use efficiency, reducing field variability, and minimizing fertilizer losses.

IPNI-1991-CAN-SK9

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Year of initiation:1991
Year of completion:1991

Updates & Reports

1992

1992 Annual Report

2001

Objectives

2001

Justification


Project Leader

Eeltje de Jong, University of Saskatchewan


Project Cooperators

None


IPNI Staff

Adrian Johnston


Location

Americas \ Northern America \ CAN \ Saskatchewan


Topics

4r place, 4r rate, nutrient management

barley, rapeseed (canola), wheat

Nitrogen (N)