Title: Development of a Nitrogen Management Model for Wisconsin
Principle Investigator: D.R. Keeney / UW-Madison, Soil Science
Objective: To develop a comprehensive nitrogen management model capable of providing predictions for maximizing crop use of available soil nitrogen.
Funding Level: $4875, $5000, $10,000
Duration: 3 years
Title: Using the DRIS System for Fertilizer Recommendations at High Soil Test Levels: The Calcium Problem
Principle Investigator: E.E. Schulte / UW-Madison, Soil Science
Objective: To examine the plant analysis data base maintained by the UW Plant and Soil Analysis Laboratory to get a better estimate of how frequently the DRIS system identifies calcium as the limiting nutrient.
Funding Level: $6,000
Duration: 1 year
Title: Red Clover Response to Varying P or K Soil Test Levels and Topdressing Rates
Principle Investigator: K.A. Kelling / UW-Madison, Soil Science
Objective: To evaluate the responsiveness of red clover to varying soil levels of P and K in combination with topdressed P and K.