Long-term Nutrient Management Network for Southern Buenos Aires Province

This project involves a series of on-farm field experiments with a common protocl looking for grain yield response to N, P, S, and other nutrients.

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A network of long-term field experiments has been established by ASP (Agrium) Southern Division, in collaboration with IPNI, in southern Buenos Aires province in 2007. Red de Manejo de Nutricion a Largo Plazo en el Sur de Buenos Aires Los objetivos específicos son: 1. Evaluación de la respuesta a la fertilización nitrogenada y calibración de métodos de diagnóstico en los distintos cultivos. 2. Read more


Year of initiation:2007
Year of completion:2013
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Interpretive Summary

In 2007-08, IPNI and Agroservicios Pampeanos (ASP) established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P and S, 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P and S fertilization, and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential responses to other nutrients such as K, Mg, B, Cl, Cu, and Zn. Three sites (Pieres, Tandil and Tres Arroyos) were planted to barley during the 2012-13 growing season.

In 2007-08, IPNI and Agroservicios Pampeanos (ASP) established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P and S, 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P and S fertilization, and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential responses to other nutrients such as K, Mg, B, Cl, Cu, and Zn.

In 2007-08, IPNI and Agroservicios Pampeanos (ASP) established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, and S, 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization, and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential responses to nutrients other than N, P, and S, such as K, Mg, B, Cl-, Cu, and Zn.

In 2007/08, IPNI and Agroservicios Pampeanos (ASP) established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, and S; 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential responses to nutrients other than N, P, and S, such as K, Mg, B, Cl-, Cu, and Zn.

In 2007/08, IPNI and Agroservicios Pampeanos (ASP) established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, and S; 2) evaluating recommendation methods for N, P, and S fertilization; and 3) identifying the level of deficiency and potential responses to nutrients other than N, P, and S, such as K, Mg, B, Cl-, Cu, and Zn.

In 2007/08, IPNI and Agroservicios Pampeanos (ASP) established a network of field experiments with the objectives of: 1) determining direct and residual responses to N, P, S; 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, such as K, Mg, B, Cl-, Cu, and Zn. Five sites were planted to full season soybean at Balcarce, Olavarria, Pieres, Tandil, and Tres Arroyos.

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Updates & Reports

2008

Visits of wheat and barley experiments at western and southeastern Buenos Aires

2008

Project Description


Visiting wheat field plots

Project Leader

Fernando García, International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI)
Ernesto Caracoche, ASP Southern Division


Project Cooperators

Ernesto Caracoche, ASP


IPNI Staff

F. Garcia


Location

Americas \ South America \ ARG \ Buenos Aires


Topics

4r rate, nutrient management, soil fertility and productivity

maize, soybean, wheat

Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Sulfur (S)