To determine the most effective way to apply nutrients (granular, banded, top dressed or liquid) on non-wetting soils after amelioration, in the Geraldton Port Zone.
|Lead research organisation||
|Host research organisation||
Grains Research and Development Corporation
|Trial funding source||GRDC LIE00010-A|
Thank you to the Hunt family for hosting this site at their Marchagee property. The Liebe Group would also like to acknowledge the project team, including Stephen Davies (DPIRD) and James Easton (CSBP) who helped design this trial. Thanks are also extended to the field team at DPIRD Geraldton, for implementation, management and harvesting of this trial.
This project has been funded by the GRDC LIE00010-A Best bet management for ameliorated non-wetting soils of the Geraldton Port Zone.
|Other trial partners||Not specified|
|Sow rate or Target density||70 kg/ha|
|Sow date||10th May 2017|
|Harvest date||Not specified|
|Plot size||1.54m x 20m|
|Paddock history||2014: Wheat 2015: Wheat 2016: Canola 2017: Wheat|
|Fertiliser||<p>See attached trial report</p>|
|Herbicide||<p>10/05/2017: 1.5 L/ha Treflan, 118 g/ha Sakura</p> <p>13/07/2017: 800 ml/ha Velocity + 1 % Hasten</p>|
|Other trial notes||<p>For further information, contact Alana Hartley, Liebe Group<br /> email@example.com<br /> 08 9661 0570</p>|
||Protein (%)||Grain yield (t/ha)||Screenings (%)||Hectolitre (g/hL)|
|1||█ Std N no K||13.3||1||4.5||80.9|
|2||█ Std N std K||13.3||0.98||3.6||81.8|
|3||█ Liquid K||13||0.84||5.3||80.6|
|4||█ Std N High K||13.1||0.95||4.3||81.9|
|5||█ Low N High K||12.6||0.99||4.2||82.2|
|6||█ Std N High K||12.8||0.99||4.4||81.7|
|7||█ Std N High K||12.6||1.05||4.9||81.8|
|8||█ Std N no K||13.3||0.98||4.2||80.8|
|9||█ Std N Very High K||13||0.97||4.2||82.4|
|Rainfall avg gsr (mm)||171mm|
SILO weather estimates sourced from https://www.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/silo/
Jeffrey, S.J., Carter, J.O., Moodie, K.B. and Beswick, A.R. (2001). Using spatial interpolation to construct a comprehensive archive of Australian climate data , Environmental Modelling and Software, Vol 16/4, pp 309-330. DOI: 10.1016/S1364-8152(01)00008-1.