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2004 Fertilizer and Ag Lime Funded Proposals


The Influence of liming acid soils on plant available phosphorus, magnesium uptakes and aluminum levels in tall fescue(pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Randy Miles, Dale Blevins

    Using high boron levels to control weevils and leafhoppers in alfalfa (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
    Dale Blevins, Wayne Bailey

    Evaluating Mehlich III extractant for extracting available nutrients for Missouri soils using indcutively coupled plasma spectrometry (pdf)

  • Final Report (pdf)
    Manjula Nathan, Peter Scharf, Yichang Sun, David Dunn

    Use of slow-release N fertilizer to control nitrogen losses due to spatial and climatic differences in soil moisture conditions and drainage (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Peter Motavalli, Kelly Nelson, Steve Anderson, John Sadler

    Selection of foliar-applied potassium fertilizer sources and rates of application to optimize soybean responses and weed control with glyphosate in a "weed and feed" management system (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Peter Motavalli, Kelly Nelson, Gene Stevens, Ann Kendig, Manjula Nathan, David Dunn

    Making urea work in no-till(pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Peter Scharf

    Soil sampling and fertility build-up management (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Three Progress Report (pdf)
    Gene Stevens, David Dunn


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