During the upcoming Frontiers of Potassium Science Conference (January 2017), the global resource base of potash minerals will be reviewed, with a look at long-term sustainability
Dr. Luis Prochnow will explain the current status of the country and the potential for Brazil to be a key contributor to the world’s need for a sustainable food supply.
A quarterly series featuring current issues on plant nutrition. Our weekly highlighted article is "POTASSIUM NEEDS TO ATTRACT MORE ATTENTION!" by Dr. Rob Mikkelsen.
Grain legumes are an important source of dietary protein and income for farmers in many parts of sub-Saharan Africa. Soybean production provides smallholder farmers in Kenya and Uganda with an alternative cash income, improves nutritional security and contributes to the soil N supply through biological fixation. Smallholder farmers currently apply little or no fertilizer on soybean and prefer to use it on other crops instead, which has contributed to poor soybean yields.
A Publication of the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) X(10) 2016, No. 1. A Special Issue on 4R Nutrient Stewardship!
During the upcoming Frontiers of Potassium Science conference (January 2017), the benefits of a sufficient potassium supply for the production of high-quality crops will be discussed.
Issue features the use of plant physiology to identify N deficiencies in wheat, nutrient use efficiencies in oil palm nurseries, and much more!
During the upcoming Frontiers of Potassium Science Conference (January 2017), the chronic lack of sufficient potassium in human diets will be discussed.
Activity books are now available for Grades K to 1 and 2 to 3!
This year our Program Report provides a selection of short video highlights from just a few examples of our regional collaborations across the world.