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Production

Mastering phosphorus management

UNDERSTANDNIG WHAT’S IN THE SOIL As most farmers know, plants need phosphorus very early in the growth cycle. Phosphorus is essential for all operations, including membrane development and cell division. While there might be an [Read more]

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Sulphur management

SUPPLY AND DEMAND Increasingly, and for a number of reasons, sulphur deficiencies are an issue for farmers around the world. Here in Ontario, because we have better air quality standards, there is less sulphur from [Read more]

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Research

Improving Nitrogen Management

FITTING PRACTICES TO THE ENVIRONMENT Nutrient management is particularly important for nitrogen because nitrogen is critical in plant growth and because nitrogen, if managed incorrectly, can cause environmental damage. Nitrogen use efficiency will decrease because [Read more]