Plant Health Insights

[Watch] Early Season Technologies to Increase Cotton Production

[fa icon="calendar'] 23/09/18 posted in Foundation LM, Webinars, Cotton

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During "Early Season Technologies to Increase Cotton Production," you will hear about two technologies—Foundation LM and Radiate—that can improve cotton production by providing benefits such as increased nutrient availability, enhanced root growth and improved stress tolerance.

During the webinar, you'll see: 

  • What Foundation LM and Radiate are
  • How these products can maximise yield potential in an agronomic program on cotton
  • Recent trial results in cotton

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[Watch Now] Granular Fertiliser Efficiency Webinar

[fa icon="calendar'] 25/03/18 posted in Canola, Pulse Crops, Wheat, Webinars, Forage/Pasture, Basis XC, Videos

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Learn how to get all of the nutrition you can from your granular fertiliser by viewing our recent webinar, "Improving Granular Fertiliser Efficiency for Higher Yields & Profits.

This on-demand webinar reviews:

    • How you can enhance your fertiliser program and increase yield potential by improving the nutrient availability of your granular fertiliser
    • What Basis XC is and how it improves P and K efficiency
    • Results of recent trials in wheat, canola, pasture and pulse crops

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Congratulations to Our Basis XC Webinar Winner

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/06/17 posted in Webinars, Basis XC

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Congratulations to farmer Rick Martin, the winner of an iPad Mini for attending our 2017 Basis XC webinar, "A New Basis for Improving Granular Fertilizer Efficiency." 

He is pictured here (right) with Agricen Australia's director of sales.

Rick has been a customer of Nutrien Ag Solutions Wagga for several years. Following a recommendation from Nutrien Ag Solutions agronomist John Anderson, Rick trialed our original Basis technology with good success last year. He joined us for our Basis XC webinar in February to better understand the science behind the technology that had proved strong on his farm. 

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Congratulations to Our Hort Crop Webinar Winner

[fa icon="calendar'] 31/10/16 posted in Foundation LM, Webinars

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Congratulations to Josephine Fouache, the winner of an iPad Mini for attending our 2016 horticulture webinar, "Building the Best Foundation for Hort Crops." Josephine’s name was drawn from a long list of webinar attendees, and we were very pleased to present her with a prize.

Josephine is the technical manager for Montague, which operate four apple orchards and one stone fruit orchard in New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria. Her role at Montague includes researching new products and varieties for use in Montague’s orchards. She is pictured here with Aaron Oesch, Technical Sales Manager of Agricen Australia.

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Watch "Building the Best Foundation for Hort Crops" Online

[fa icon="calendar'] 30/09/16 posted in Foundation LM, Hort Crops, Webinars

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Our recent webinar, "Building the Best Foundation for Hort Crops," is now available to watch online, anytime. 

During the webinaryou'll learn how Foundation LM enhances the efficiency of liquid fertiliser applications and improves horticulture crop quality and yields.

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Building the Best Foundation for Pulse Crops

[fa icon="calendar'] 22/06/16 posted in Foundation LM, Chickpeas, Pulse Crops, Mung Beans, Webinars

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Pulse crop growers know that phosphorus mineralization is key for optimum crop performance. By using Foundation LM, they can increase the availability of phosphorus in the soil to build the best foundation for their crop. 

Rhizobia use phosphorus to fix atmospheric nitrogen as ammonium nitrate (NH4). If phosphorus is being tied up or not being cycled as fast as the rhizobia need it, they can't work at an optimum level and they won't have the nodulation they should have.

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