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  • Modelling the optimal phosphate fertiliser and soil management strategy for crops 

    Heppell J; Payvandi S; Talboys P; Zygalakis KC; Fliege J; Langton D; Sylvester-Bradley R; Walker RL; Jones DL; Roose T (2015)
    Aims The readily available global rock phosphate (P) reserves may be depleted within the next 50–130 years warranting careful use of this finite resource. We develop a model that allows us to assess a range of P fertiliser and ...
  • Use of a coupled soil-root-leaf model to optimise phosphate fertiliser use efficiency in barley 

    Heppell J; Payvandi S; Talboys P; Zygalakis KC; Langton D; Sylvester-Bradley R; Edwards AC; Walker RL; Withers P; Jones DL; Roose T (2016)
    Aims Phosphorus (P) is an essential nutrient necessary for maintaining crop growth, however, it’s often used inefficiently within agroecosystems, driving industry to find new ways to deliver P to crops sustainably.We aim ...