RRES Fertilizer in Canola – Feasibility of a New Granular Rapid Release Elemental S (RRES –Now Called Vitasul) Fertilizer in Preventing S Deficiency in Canola on a S-deficient Soil.
Rock Phosphate Potential – Potential of Rock Phosphate and Other Organic/Inorganic Amendments in Preventing P Deficiency in Barley on a P-Deficient Soil in Northeastern Saskatchewan.
Improving Wheat Protein – Strategies and Management Practices for Improving Protein Content of
Wheat Grain in the Canadian Prairies
Improving Soil Organic Matter – Management practices for increasing storage of organic C and N in soil in
cropping systems in the Canadian Prairies
Forage Seed Fertilization – Fertilizer Management for Seed Production of Perennial Forage Crops
in the Canadian Prairies.
Balanced Fertilization – Importance of Balanced/Appropriate Fertilization on Crop Production and Soil Residual Nitrate-N/Quality
B Quick Reference – Some Useful Information About Boron (B) and Boron Fertilizers
Boron and Boron Fertilizers – Feasibility of B Fertilization on Canola and Alfalfa in Canadian Prairies
Copper Fertilizer Feasibility Summary – Feasibility of copper fertilization for optimum crop yield in the Canadian Prairies
Some Useful Information About Copper (Cu) and Copper Fertilizers
Polymer-Coated Urea (ESN) – Feasibility of Polymer-Coated Urea (ESN) for Agronomic and Environmental Considerations in the Parkland Region of Saskatchewan
Field Pea Input Optimization – Presented by Anne Kirk at the 2013 Agri-ARM Research. Update is available on the Indian Head Agricultural Research Foundation website.
Sulphur Fertilizer Management – Maximizing Yield and Quality of Canola Seed with Optimum Sulphur Fertilizer Management Practices in the Parkland Region of Western Canada
Organic Management – Nutrient Deficiencies – Potential of Management Practices and Amendments to Prevent Nutrient Deficiencies under Organic Cropping Systems
Precision Seeding – Presented by Stu Brandt at the 2013 Agri-ARM Research. Update is available on the Indian Head Agricultural Research Foundation website.