- 23rd January 2018
- Queen's Suite, HCC
- £60.00 members / £110.00 visitors
Continuing Professional Development
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.
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