Waterlogging

Waterlogging is a common issue in medium to high rainfall zones of Australia and can be a major impediment to soil health resulting in decreased yields. This can adversely affect plants and grains as well as cause nitrogen loss by leaching and denitrification.

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To determine if differences in early crop growth and development of crops under different stubble management strategies was due to differences in early-season nitrogen (N) supply.

Crop type: Wheat 4 trials Crop Rotation Stubble Management
Coreen, NSW Henty, NSW Dookie, VIC Yarrawonga, VIC
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To study the manganese content of cereals, lupin and clover herbage in NE Victoria.

Rutherglen, VIC
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Manganese concentrations in soil and wheat crops were monitored over time in the field.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser
Rutherglen, VIC
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