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Yield Trait Comparison Of Twenty Two Alfalfa Cultivars, Tianming Hu, Peizhi Yang, Quanzhen Wang 2021 Northwest A&F University, China

Yield Trait Comparison Of Twenty Two Alfalfa Cultivars, Tianming Hu, Peizhi Yang, Quanzhen Wang

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Analysis Of Peroxidase Isozymes In Eight Populus Cultivars, Weihua Gao, Jie Han, Zhongsheng Zhi, Hongyan Wang 2021 Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, China

Analysis Of Peroxidase Isozymes In Eight Populus Cultivars, Weihua Gao, Jie Han, Zhongsheng Zhi, Hongyan Wang

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of Different Additives On Alfalfa Silage Quantity, Huisen Zhu, Kuanhu Dong 2021 Shanxi Agricultural University, China

The Effect Of Different Additives On Alfalfa Silage Quantity, Huisen Zhu, Kuanhu Dong

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Comparison Of Agronomy Characteristics At Different Types Of Fall Dormancy Groups In North China, Jinghua Dong 2021 Beijing Forestry University, China

Comparison Of Agronomy Characteristics At Different Types Of Fall Dormancy Groups In North China, Jinghua Dong

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Berry-Esseen Bounds For Approximate Maximum Likelihood Estimators In The Α-Brownian Bridge, Khalifa Es-Sebaiy, Jabrane Moustaaid, Idir Ouassou 2021 Kuwait University, Kuwait City, Kuwait

Berry-Esseen Bounds For Approximate Maximum Likelihood Estimators In The Α-Brownian Bridge, Khalifa Es-Sebaiy, Jabrane Moustaaid, Idir Ouassou

Journal of Stochastic Analysis

No abstract provided.


Comparative Study On Forage Qualities Evaluated With Grading Index And Relative Feed Value, J. K. Zhang, K. W. Chen, J. F. Xie, D. X. Lu, M. Hu 2021 Jiangxi Academy of Agricultural Science, China

Comparative Study On Forage Qualities Evaluated With Grading Index And Relative Feed Value, J. K. Zhang, K. W. Chen, J. F. Xie, D. X. Lu, M. Hu

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Effects Of Different Drying Ways On Main Nutrition Ingredient In Different Growth Stages Of Xinjiang Small Reed, Guangwei Zhao, Ainiwaer Aishan, Yong Chen, Yusanjang, K. Ataku 2021 Xinjiang Agricultural University, China

Effects Of Different Drying Ways On Main Nutrition Ingredient In Different Growth Stages Of Xinjiang Small Reed, Guangwei Zhao, Ainiwaer Aishan, Yong Chen, Yusanjang, K. Ataku

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Study On Total Saponins Contents Of Legumes During Growing Season, Yongmei Zhang, Zhizhong Cao 2021 Gansu Agricultural University, China

Study On Total Saponins Contents Of Legumes During Growing Season, Yongmei Zhang, Zhizhong Cao

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Effects Of Different Silage Additives On Fermentation Quality Of Paddy Rice Silage, Zhu Yu, Liying Han 2021 China Agricultural University, China

Effects Of Different Silage Additives On Fermentation Quality Of Paddy Rice Silage, Zhu Yu, Liying Han

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Assessing The Suitability Of Black Soldier Fly Castings Produced From Piggery Waste As A Fertilizer, Luke Wheat, Lynette Abbott, Ian Waite, Sasha Jenkins 2021 Future Green Solutions

Assessing The Suitability Of Black Soldier Fly Castings Produced From Piggery Waste As A Fertilizer, Luke Wheat, Lynette Abbott, Ian Waite, Sasha Jenkins

The State of Soil Science in WA

Black Soldier Fly (Hermetia illucens, BSF) farming provides an alternative waste management solution on piggeries by utilising manure to produce a high protein insect meal, whilst the fly castings (frass) are a valuable fertiliser.


Continental-Scale Soil Organic Carbon Composition And Vulnerability Regulated By Regional Soil And Environmental Controls, Raphael A. Viscarra Rossel, Juhwan Lee, T Brehrens, Z Lou, J Baldock, A. Richards 2021 Curtin University

Continental-Scale Soil Organic Carbon Composition And Vulnerability Regulated By Regional Soil And Environmental Controls, Raphael A. Viscarra Rossel, Juhwan Lee, T Brehrens, Z Lou, J Baldock, A. Richards

The State of Soil Science in WA

Processes that control soil organic carbon (C) composition and dynamics over large scales are not well understood. Thus, our understanding of C cycling is incomplete, making it difficult to predict C gains and losses due to changes in climate, land use and management. In this paper, we show that controls on the composition of organic C, the particulate, humus (or mineral associated) and resistant fractions, and the potential vulnerability of C to decomposition across Australia are distinct, scale-dependent and variable.


Chemical Nature Of Phosphorus In Cropping Soils From Western Australia Characterised By 31p Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Gustavo Boitt, Craig Scanlan, Zed Rengel 2021 University of Western Australia

Chemical Nature Of Phosphorus In Cropping Soils From Western Australia Characterised By 31p Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Gustavo Boitt, Craig Scanlan, Zed Rengel

The State of Soil Science in WA

Speciation of soil phosphorus (P) is paramount to understanding the biogeochemical cycle in agroecosystems and key for an efficient P management. Most studies using solution-state 31P nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for P speciation were done in soils from eastern Australia. Currently, in-depth knowledge of the P dynamics is limited for the western-Australian region. Only one study has been published using solution-state 31P NMR to characterise P compounds in topsoils (0–2.5 cm) from Western Australia under karri (Eucalyptus diversicolor F. Muell.) forests. Therefore, the objective of this research is to improve our knowledge and provide new information on ...


Crop Response To Amelioration Of Agricultural Soils Are Mediated By Constraint Combinations And Soil Type, Stephen Davies, Wayne Parker, Giacomo Betti, David Hall, Tom Edwards, Chad Reynolds, Glenn Macdonald 2021 Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Crop Response To Amelioration Of Agricultural Soils Are Mediated By Constraint Combinations And Soil Type, Stephen Davies, Wayne Parker, Giacomo Betti, David Hall, Tom Edwards, Chad Reynolds, Glenn Macdonald

The State of Soil Science in WA

Over the past decade alternative strategic deep tillage approaches have been developed to complement more established soil amelioration methods. Strategic tillage takes the form of a one-off or occasional intervention, implemented to overcome a number of soil and biotic constraints.


Designing Soil Covers For Ecological Restoration Of Mine Waste, Lucy Commander, Luis Merino-Martin, Peter Golos, Carole Elliott, Jason Stevens, Ben Miller 2021 University of Western Australia

Designing Soil Covers For Ecological Restoration Of Mine Waste, Lucy Commander, Luis Merino-Martin, Peter Golos, Carole Elliott, Jason Stevens, Ben Miller

The State of Soil Science in WA

Iron-ore mining is a major industry in Western Australia. The process of iron-ore extraction results in waste rock which may be backfilled into the pit void or discarded to form ‘waste rock dumps’ and fines, a by-product of crushing iron-ore. Resource companies have a legal and social responsibility to restore waste-rock dumps using local species. However, waste material may not be ideal for plant growth. Hence, as well as gaining an understanding of soil chemical and physical properties of waste materials, it is important to understand the plants interactions with the soil, especially in the early stages of restoration, such ...


Efficacy Of A Phosphate Bio-Mineral Fertilizer Varied With P Concentration And P Solubility, Salmabi Assainar, Lynette Abbott, Paul Storer, Kadambot Siddique, Zakaria Solaiman 2021 University of Western Australia

Efficacy Of A Phosphate Bio-Mineral Fertilizer Varied With P Concentration And P Solubility, Salmabi Assainar, Lynette Abbott, Paul Storer, Kadambot Siddique, Zakaria Solaiman

The State of Soil Science in WA

Bio-mineral fertilizers are gaining increasing attention in cropping systems. Phosphorus (P) use efficiency for wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) from bio-mineral fertilizers is not well studied. We investigated the efficiency of a bio-mineral fertilizer (rock mineral fertilizer inoculated with a multispecies microbial inoculant and augmented with different phosphorus sources of varying concentration) under both glasshouse and field conditions.


Humic Acid Coated Phosphatic Fertilizers Enhance Growth, Yield And Phosphorus Uptake Of Maize Crop In Alkaline Soil, Muhammed Shafi, Muhammed Sharif, Dost Muhammed, Ahmed Khan, Farmanullah Khan, Mehran Ali, Zakaria Solaiman 2021 University of Agriculture-Peshawar

Humic Acid Coated Phosphatic Fertilizers Enhance Growth, Yield And Phosphorus Uptake Of Maize Crop In Alkaline Soil, Muhammed Shafi, Muhammed Sharif, Dost Muhammed, Ahmed Khan, Farmanullah Khan, Mehran Ali, Zakaria Solaiman

The State of Soil Science in WA

Phosphorus availability to crop is one of the major causes of poor crop production worldwide. Effect of inorganic phosphorus (P) fertiliser sources, i.e., nitro phosphate (NP), di-ammonium phosphate (DAP) and single superphosphate (SSP) coated with different humic acid levels on crop production and P utilization efficiency (PUE) of maize was studied.


Engineering In Situ Soil And Plant Microbiomes To Improve Agricultural Productivity, Falko Mathes, Fiona MCDonald, Peter Keating 2021 University of Western Australia

Engineering In Situ Soil And Plant Microbiomes To Improve Agricultural Productivity, Falko Mathes, Fiona Mcdonald, Peter Keating

The State of Soil Science in WA

The world’s population is predicted to reach 9 billion people by 2050 thus increasing crop production on current agricultural land to meet the rising demand for food is paramount. Farmers routinely manage both plant and soil nutrition to increase crop yields. However, active management of in situ soil and plant microbiomes to improve productivity is uncommon. Here, we present a patented technology aiming to reliably engineer soil and plant microbiomes to increase crop production. Bioprime is a ferment of molasses that can be applied as seed coating, or as foliar and soil spray.


Impact Of Lime And Gypsum On Wheat Yield, Soil And Solution Properties In The Short And Long Term, Geoff Anderson, Shahab Pathan, David Hall, Rajesh Sharma, James Easton 2021 Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Impact Of Lime And Gypsum On Wheat Yield, Soil And Solution Properties In The Short And Long Term, Geoff Anderson, Shahab Pathan, David Hall, Rajesh Sharma, James Easton

The State of Soil Science in WA

No abstract provided.


Yield Response To Deep Ripping Of Canola, Wheat And Barley On Soils With Multiple Constraints, Shahab Pathan, David Hall, Tony Murfit 2021 Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Yield Response To Deep Ripping Of Canola, Wheat And Barley On Soils With Multiple Constraints, Shahab Pathan, David Hall, Tony Murfit

The State of Soil Science in WA

Yellow Tenosols (yellow deep sand) in the Western Australian grainbelt often have multiple constraints to crop production, which include non-wetting, subsoil compaction and acidity. As a result of these multiple limitations these soils have been considered poor cropping soils with estimated costs in lost production exceeding $200/ha. A systems approach to managing these soils has been developed to improve crop production, which includes a winter fallow, limesand application and deep tillage in late winter and seeding canola in the following autumn.


Impact Of Lime And Gypsum On Wheat Yield, Soil And Solution Properties In The Short And Long Term, Geoff Anderson, Shahab Pathan, David Hall, Rajesh Sharma, James Easton 2021 Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

Impact Of Lime And Gypsum On Wheat Yield, Soil And Solution Properties In The Short And Long Term, Geoff Anderson, Shahab Pathan, David Hall, Rajesh Sharma, James Easton

The State of Soil Science in WA

Subsoil aluminium (Al) toxicity or soils with AlCaCl2 content > 2.5 mg Al kg-1 in the soil layers below 10 cm is a significant problem in south Western Australia. Both lime and gypsum can be used to treat subsoils Al toxicity because these products decrease the toxic effect of soil Al leading to an increase in crop grain yields. In this presentation, results are reported from three field lime by gypsum rate experiments located in the east of Merredin.


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