Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) is a basic soil concept that can play a major role in nutrient management. Soils naturally carry a net negative charge that holds cations in an exchangeable form. Read More
Ideas, information and insights from real farmers on effective crop nutrient management strategies.
Enhanced efficiency fertilizers (EEFs) are forms of fertilizer, including nitrogen fertilizers, designed to reduce nutrient losses to the environment and increase nutrient availability to crops. These fertilizers can either slow the release of nutrients for uptake or alter the conversion of nutrients to other forms… Read More
This presentation by Nutrien Director of Agronomy Dr. Robert Mullen will focus on understanding the two different fractions of phosphorus that are susceptible to loss, and conditions that contribute to their transport. Read More
Join Market Research Manager Yao Yao and Senior Analyst Mark Tully from Nutrien’s global market research team for a discussion on global agricultural markets. Read More
Sulfur is an essential macronutrient needed by plants to perform a variety of functions. In this live webinar, Nutrien Senior Agronomist Dr. Cristie Preston shares how sulfur plays a vital role in plant development, and what factors throughout the sulfur cycle should be considered when… Read More