125 Chemical Fertilizers Advancements: Slow Release and Other New Chemical Amendment Strategies

Oral Session
S04 Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition Present the latest technology regarding chemical fertilizer molecules as part of the fertilizer delivery system. Talks should include both the latest in slow release strategies both through chemistry and through physical protective coatings, and should include the addition of inhibitors all of which help to synchronize fertilizer availability with crop demand.


Agronomic Production Systems, Soil Fertility & Plant Nutrition, Soil & Water Management & Conservation, Nutrient Management & Soil & Plant Analysis, Z03 Canadian Society of Soil Science
Monday, October 17, 2011: 1:00 PM-3:35 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 212A

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Merle Vigil
Francisco Calderon
1:05 PM
Phenology, Growth, and Grain Yield of Maize As Influenced by Foliar Applied Urea At Different Growth Stages.
Lal K. Almas, West Texas A&M University; Amanullah Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Agricultural University
1:20 PM
Highly Effective Fertiliser Formulations to Enhance Selenium Biofortification In Rice Grain.
Herath Premarathna, University of Adelaide; Michael McLaughlin, University of Adelaide; Jason K. Kirby, CSIRO Land and Water; Ganga Hettiarachchi, Kansas State University; Samuel Stacey, University of Adelaide; David Chittleborough, University of Adelaide
1:35 PM
2:05 PM
2:20 PM
Polymer Coated Urea (ESN): Increase In Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Potato Tuber Size and Quality.
Joshua LeMonte, University of Delaware; Bryan Hopkins, Brigham Young University; Von Jolley, Brigham Young University
3:05 PM
Evaluation of Nitrogen Release Patterns From Controlled-Release Fertilizers Under Seepage Irrigation.
Kamal Mahmoud, University of Florida; Kelly Morgan, University of Florida; Shinjiro Sato, Soka University; Kent Cushman, University of Florida
3:20 PM
3:35 PM