Technical

  • Technical Papers
    • Choosing The Right Fertiliser (New)
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    • Dissolved Salts in Rootzones containing inorganic ammendments Spec SheetN/A
    • FUSN Compared to Traditional N Fertilisers (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • How Soil Holds And Supplies Nutrients To Plants Spec SheetN/A
    • Lawns Promote Environmental Quality (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • Nitrification And Denitrification Spec SheetN/A
    • Periodic Table of Elements (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • Salts, Soils and Turf
      By Dave Barlow Salt is not the evil turf killer that must-be-avoided-at-all-cost villain many turf managers have come to fear. It is in fact a necessary component of many fertilizers. That also doesn't mean that you should go out and sprinkle salt all over you turf like Morton’s little girl in the rain coat. To better understand the function of salts in turfgrass management, you must first understand the basic process of nutrient absorption by turf.
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    • Simplot AgriBusiness Speciality Operations (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • Soil Uptake Of Nutrients In Relations To Acidity Or Alkalinity Spec SheetN/A
    • The Nitrogen Cycle (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • The Phosphorus Cycle (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • The Role Of Fertilizer
      Soils need fertility maintenance. Soil is a natural body of finely divided rocks, minerals and organic matter. Sand, silt, clay and organic matter help provide tilth, necessary aeration and favorable water intake rates, but they seldom maintain adequate plant food to sustain continuous healthy plant growth.
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    • Turf And Sulfur
      Interest in sulfur as a plant nutrient has increased greatly in the past few years, partly because reports of sulfur deficiency throughout the world are becoming more frequent and extensive.
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    • Unsung Benefits of Turfgrass (New) Spec SheetN/A
    • Water Weeds Spec SheetN/A