MAP charts a profitable course for P

Phosphorous has become an increasingly essential part of any crop management program, but working out the most efficient – and cost-effective – way of getting it into soil and crops is a different matter, writes NSW Department of Primary Industries research and development agronomist Colin McMaster.

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Due to the combination of droughtand highly volatile fertiliserprices, many growers withinsouthern NSW have started toexplore the use of alternative P sources andnutritional programs.

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