392 Potassium, Secondary Nutrients, and Micronutrients

Oral Session
S04 Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition Nutrients applied to soil are not fully utilized by crops due to various loss mechanisms and transformations in the soil to unavailable forms. Information will be presented on improving agronomic efficiency of potassium, secondary nutrients, and micronutrients.


Nutrient Management & Soil & Plant Analysis
Wednesday, October 24, 2012: 1:00 PM-3:05 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 250, Level 2

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Antonio P. Mallarino
Daniel E. Kaiser
1:05 PM
Influence of Laboratory Soil Pulverization and Historic Limestone Quality On Soil pH Measurements.
Tony Provin, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Mark McFarland, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; John Pitt, Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Jeffery Waskom, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
1:20 PM
Effect of Cultivar, Irrigation, and Soil Calcium On Runner Peanut Response to Gypsum.
Julie A. Howe, Auburn University; Robert Florence, Auburn University; Glendon H. Harris Jr., University of Georgia; Edzard van Santen, Auburn University; John P. Beasley Jr., University of Georgia; James Bostick, Alabama Crop Improvement Association
1:50 PM
Wheat Grain Nutrient Content As Affected by Nutrient Availability In Soils.
Thomas Jensen, International Plant Nutrition Institute of Canada
2:05 PM
2:20 PM
Assessment of Iron Deficiency Chlorosis Management Options.
Daniel E. Kaiser, University of Minnesota; John A. Lamb, University of Minnesota
2:35 PM
Sulfur Fertilizer Production and Technology.
Robert Mikkelsen, International Plant Nutrition Institute; William M. Stewart, International Plant Nutrition Institute Americas Group
2:50 PM
Elevated Silicon Ameloriates Drought Stress.
Bruce Bugbee, Utah State University; Kaerlek Janislampi, Utah State University; Jonathan Frantz, USDA-ARS
3:05 PM