Soil Phosphorus

Date:
23rd January 2018
Location:
Queen's Suite, HCC
Host:
BTME
Cost:
£60.00 members / £110.00 visitors
Continuing Professional Development

Credits: 3

Considered one of our macronutrients for turfgrass needs, this session will discuss both the agronomic and environmental value of phosphorus. It will discuss the forms of P in the soil, what P does for your plants and separate phospate from phosphite.


Learning Outcomes:

  • The possible negative effects (to the environment) when P is over applied
  • Recognize the fate of fertiliser P in the soil, where does it go?
  • Be able to understand if the use of ‘P solublizing’ additives is beneficial
  • Difference between phosphate and phosphite, and how to find this information on a fertiliser label
  • Know the agronmic role of P for turfgrass, especially for meadow grass


Presented by Beth Guertal, Professor, Auburn University

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