Impact of Cropping Sequence and Tillage System on Response to P Fertilization in Durum Wheat and Soybean

A study done to improve our ability to predict when P starter fertilizer is required by crops and identify management practices and fertilizer sources that may improve early season P availability to crops.

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Note: This study was initiated in 2004 with the establishment of the preceding crops. The first year of study of the P sources occurred in 2005. Year 1: Fields studies will be established at two locations near Brandon, varying in soil characteristics. The site will be set up as a randomised complete block, with a split plot layout. Read more


Year of initiation:2006
Year of completion:2007
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Interpretive Summary

2007

Impact of Cropping Sequence and Phosphorus Fertilization on Cadmium and Zinc Accumulation in Soybean and Durum Wheat, 2007 Crop sequence and tillage system can influence nutrient availability and response of crops to fertilizer applications, through effects on nutrient cycling, microbial population, soil temperature, and root growth. Therefore, optimum P fertilizer management may change with management practices as well as with crop type sequence.

2006

Impact of Cropping Sequence and Phosphorus Fertilization on Cadmium and Zinc Accumulation in Soybean and Durum Wheat, 2006 Crop sequence and tillage system can influence nutrient availability and response of crops to fertilizer applications, through effects on nutrient cycling, microbial population, soil temperature, and root growth. Therefore, optimum P fertilizer management may change with management practices as well as with crop type.


Updates & Reports

2007

2007 Annual Report

2006

Methodology

2006

Objectives

2006

Justification

2006

Project Description


Project Leader

Cynthia Grant, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada


Project Cooperators

Mario Tenuta
Don Flaten
Eugene Gowalko


IPNI Staff

T. Jensen


Location

Americas \ Northern America \ CAN \ Manitoba


Topics

4r rate, 4r source, nutrient management

soybean, wheat

Phosphorus (P), Zinc (Zn)