Establishing a Plant Nutrition Network for the CREA Region in Southern Santa Fé

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.

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The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers' organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: (1) determining direct and residual responses to nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), and where indicated, to potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn); (2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; (3) identifying the degree of deficiency and potential res. Read more


Year of initiation:2000
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The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers' organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: (1) determining direct and residual responses to nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), and where indicated, to potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn); (2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; (3) identifying the degree of deficiency and potential res.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers' organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), and where indicated, to potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn), 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization, 3) identifying the degree of deficiency and potential respon.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers' organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn), 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P and S fertilization, 3) identifying the degree of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P and S, and 4) evaluating the evolution of soil qu.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, Argentina, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P and S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn); 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P and S fertilization; 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P and S; and 4) evaluating the evolut.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, Argentina, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P and S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn); 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P and S fertilization, 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P and S, and 4) evaluating the evolut.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers' organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn), 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P and S fertilization, 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P and S, and 4) evaluating the evolution of soil qua.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmer organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn, 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization, 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P, and S, and 4) evaluating the evolution of soil qual.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmer organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn; 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P, and S; and 4) evaluating the evolution of soil qual.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmer organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn; 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P, and S.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmer organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has collaborated with IPNI to establish a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, to K, Mg, B, Cu, and Zn; 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrients other than N, P, and S.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmer organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has collaborated with IPNI to establish a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, sulfur (S), and where indicated, K, magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn); 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential response to nutrient.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has collaborated with IPNI with support from AgroServicios Pampeanos, to establish a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, K, magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn); 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficien.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, has collaborated with IPNI with support from AgroServicios Pampeanos, to establish a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S, and where indicated, K, magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn); 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficien.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, is collaborating with INPOFOS Southern Cone with support from AgroServicios Pampeanos, to establish a network of field experiments.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, is collaborating with INPOFOS Southern Cone with support from AgroServicios Pampeanos to establish a network of field experiments.

The Regional Consortium of Agricultural Experimentation (CREA), a farmers’ organization based in Southern Santa Fe, is collaborating with INPOFOS Southern Cone with support from AgroServicios Pampeanos to establish a network of field experiments.

The AACREA region of southern Santa Fe, with the support of local industry, has established a network of field experiments to: i) determine direct and residual responses to nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), and other nutrients such as potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn); ii) evaluate recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and iii) evaluate deficiencies and potential responses to nutrients other than N, P, and S.

In collaboration with AACREA, a farmer organization operating in southern Santa Fe, a number of field experiments were established to:1) determine direct and residual responses to nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), and other nutrients [potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), boron (B), copper (Cu), and zinc (Zn)], 2) evaluate recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization, and 3) evaluate deficiencies and potential responses to nutrients other than N, P and S.

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Updates & Reports

2017

Maíz 2016/17. Red de Nutrición CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2017

Soja 2016/17. Red de Nutrición CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2017

Soja 2015/16 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2017

Maíz 2015/16 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2016

Trigo 2015/16 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2016

Economic analysis of fertilization management with focus on the long term

2015

Looking for Sustainability - Long-Term Fertilization in the Pampas of Argentina

2015

Maíz 2014/15 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2015

Soja 2014/15 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2015

Trigo 2014/15 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2015

2014/15 season: Maize crop at the Balducchi site of the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2014

Soja 2013/14 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2014

Trigo 2013/14 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2013

Maiz 2012/13 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2012

Maize 2012/13 - Visit to La Blanca and Balducchi sites

2012

Soja de segunda 2011/12 en la Red de Nutricion Sur de Santa Fe

2012

Trigo 2011/12 en la Red de Nutrición de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2011

Soja 2010/11 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2011

Maiz 2010/11 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe

2010

Trigo 2009/10 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe / Wheat 2009/10 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2010

Soja de primera y segunda 2007/07 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe / Full-season and double cropped soybean 2007/08 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2009

Soja de segunda 2008/09 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe / Double cropped soybean 2008/09 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2009

Report 2008/09 Corn sites CREA Southern Santa Fe

2009

Trigo 2008/09 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe - Wheat 2008/09 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2008

Trigo 2007/08 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe / Wheat 2007/08 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2007

CREA 2006/07 Corn

2006

Photos of Corn 2006-2007 - Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2006

Soja de segunda 2005/06 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe / Double cropped soybean 2005/06 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2006

Direct and Residual Effects of Balanced Fertilization in Field Crops of the Pampas of Argentina

2006

Photos 2005/06 Wheat trials

2006

Trigo 2005/06 en la Red de Nutricion de CREA Sur de Santa Fe / Wheat 2005/06 in the Nutrition Network CREA Southern Santa Fe

2006

CREA 2004/05 Corn

2005

CREA 2003/04 - Corn

2003

CREA 2001/02: Wheat

2003

CREA 2000/01: Corn

2003

CREA 2002/03: Corn


NPS plot at La Hansamore photos

Project Leader

Miguel Boxler, CREA Southern Santa Fe Region
Ricardo Pozzi, CREA Southern Santa Fe Region


Project Cooperators

Adrian Correndo, IPNI
Santiago Gallo, CREA Southern Santa Fe
Angel Berardo, Fertilab
Nahuel Reussi Calvo, Fertilab
Ricardo Pozzi, CREA Southern Santa Fe
Fernando Garcia, IPNI


IPNI Staff

F. Garcia


Location

Americas \ South America \ ARG \ Santa Fe

Americas \ South America \ ARG \ Cordoba

Americas \ South America \ ARG \ Buenos Aires


Topics

4r rate, nutrient management, nutrient removal, soil fertility and productivity

maize, soybean, wheat

Boron (B), Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Zinc (Zn)