|Contributor||South Australian Research and Development Institute|
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To investigate the economical viability of trace nutrient (Zn) application.
Result: Fertiliser incubated in dry soil tended to have greater lability but diffusion was limited, although this did not have any effect on availability to subsequent wheat.
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University of Adelaide
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Thanks to Mosaic L.L.C. for funding and supplying fertilisers for the trial and Chris Dowling and David Harbison for managing the trials.
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Commercial granular and liquid monoammonium phosphate fertilizers enriched with isotopic Zn were incubated under dry and wet conditions to test effects of dry sowing on fertiliser diffusion, lability and subsequent availability to wheat (Axe)