Technical Bulletins that Discuss IFM and Trial Data
Technical Bulletins have been an important way in which RLF has communicated and imparted its knowledge and understanding of the role of the important trace elements within the fertilising routines of farmers and growers over the years. They have also been instrumental in helping team members keep abreast of the science that underpins our specialised range of products and advancing technologies. The selection of Technical Bulletins that follow are included for your reading interest. They provide a point of reference in any given time (each release date is shown) and form a record of how the advances in technology have all contributed to the ongoing success of IFM. Simply click on the prompt to read the full Technical Bulletin.
This Technical Bulletin examines the reported trial data of two trials conducted by the NSW DPI in 2008. The Rankins Springs Trial and the Merriwagga Trial (already referred to in the body of this Special Report).
This Technical Bulletin discusses the Merriwagga Trial in greater detail, and compares the outcomes of all the treatments within the Trial that had the district fertiliser practice of 50kg MAP per hectare in common. The benefits of RLF's fertiliser integration in wheat crops is confirmed.
This Technical Bulletin provides an Integrated Fertiliser program for canola crop and discusses the specific crop requirements for this crop type.
This Technical Bulletin discusses the benefits of fertiliser integration particularly as it relates to the wheat crop, (and mirrors the benefits explained in the A Quick Recap section of this Special Report).
This Technical Bulletin specifically discusses the foliar formulation of tank mix that is best suited for a program of Integrated Fertiliser Management (IFM). It describes the synergistic feedbacks between root, rhizosphere and shoot resulting in increased fertiliser uptake efficiency and plant productivity.
This Technical Bulletin discusses the foliar formulation of tank mix that is best suited to IFM as an additional aid to stimulate rhizosphere activity and the release of fixed soil phosphorus. In recent years, because of the security concerns associated with the use of solid ammonium nitrate and the increasing demand for liquid mixtures of ammonium nitrate called upon, this subject is examined.
This Technical Bulletin discusses the benefits of an integrated fertiliser program for rice production and further, provides a guide for the use of granular fertilisers, seed treatment and foliar products.
This Technical Bulletin examines the science that supports an Integrated Fertiliser Management plan for cotton crops. Both irrigated and dryland crops have been shown to benefit from IFM as evidenced from over two decades of research and practise.