Issue 5 - Special Issue: Making Better Fertiliser Decisions for Cropping Systems in Australia
VOL. 64 · NO. 5 | Aug 2013

Articles (13)
64(5), 417-423, (1 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: cereal, grain production, legume, nitrogen, oilseed, phosphorus, potassium, Relative yield, response calibration, soil test criteria, sulfur
64(5), 424-434, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: cereal, crop type, cropping system, Grain protein, national database, nitrogen, oilseed, online access, organic carbon, phosphorus, potassium, pulse, rotations, single year and longer term experiments, soil test inter-conversions, soil type and texture, spatial, statistics, subsoil nutrient status, sulfur, tillage and stubble systems
64(5), 435-441, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: critical interval, calibration curve, errors of observation in both x and y in regression, wrong-way regression, data truncation
64(5), 442-460, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: barley, critical range, critical test, cropping system, direct drill, fertiliser experiment, incubation test, organic carbon, wheat, soil type, texture, Total nitrogen, zero till
64(5), 461-468, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: P buffer capacity, P diffusion
64(5), 469-479, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: Better Fertiliser Decisions for Cropping, BSES-P, CaCl2-P, Colwell-P, DGT-P, Mehlich 3-P, phosphorus buffer index, Olsen-P
64(5), 480-498, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: Better Fertiliser Decisions for Crops (BFDC), critical concentration, confidence interval, Australian Soil Classification, soil acidity
64(5), 499-513, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: critical concentration, critical range, fertiliser placement, Soil depth
64(5), 514-522, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: bicarbonate-extractable K, canola, lupin, soil test K, sunflower, wheat
64(5), 523-530, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: canola, critical soil test range (CSTR), critical soil test value (CSTV), KCl-40 and MCP extractable soil S, soil testing, wheat
64(5), 539-547, (22 August 2013)
KEYWORDS: BFDC National Database, BFDC Interrogator, experimental protocols, fertiliser response, Metadata, nutrient deficiencies, soil testing, soil test calibration
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