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2005 Fertilizer and Ag Lime Funded Proposals


Finding alternatives to ammonium nitrate as a nitrogen source for tall fescue pastures (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Three Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Robert L. Kallenbach

    Comparison of Woodruff Buffer and Modified Mehlich Buffer Tests for Determining Lime Requirement in Missouri Soils (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
    Manjula Nathan, Peter Scharf, Yichang Sun

    Variable Source N Fertilizer Applications to Optimize Crop
    Nitrogen Use Efficiency
    (pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Peter Motavalli, Kelly Nelson, Newell Kitchen, Steve Anderson, Peter Scharf

    Phosphorus Fertilization of Tall Fescue Pastures Improves Rate of Gain and Weaning Weight of Beef Calves in Missouri(pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    Dale Blevins and D. Davis

    The influence of calcitic and Dolomitic Lime and Phosphorus on Species Composition in Tall Fescue Pastures(pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    R. Miles and D. Blevins

    Rice Nitrogen Management-Rates and Timing of Urea Fertilizer(pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    G. Stevens & D. Dunn

    Pelletized Lime for Short-Term Treatment of Soil Acidity(pdf)

  • Year One Progress Report (pdf)
  • Year Two Progress Report (pdf)
  • Final Report (pdf)
    G. Stevens & D. Dunn


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