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(PDF) Low Effectiveness of Duchess Rock Phosphate on ...

The soil test extracted a very small proportion of the phosphorus applied as Queensland rock phosphate and the amount extracted decreased by about 50% during 2.5 years. ... Using pasture yield as ...

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CSIRO PUBLISHING Crop and Pasture Science

The results of a study comparing rock phosphate and superphosphate as pasture top-dressings on two acid soils are presented. The trials were designed to examine the immediate response to, and the residual effects of, an initial application of both fertilizers. At equivalent levels of applied phosphorus, superphosphate was a better fertilizer than rock phosphate in the early years of the trial ...

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Calcined rock phosphate as fertilizer for pasture and ...

2021-11-4  Calcined rock phosphate is prepared by low temperature (500 F) calcination of 'C' grade Christmas Island rock phosphate that is unsuitable for superphosphate production. It was compared with superphosphate and with mixtures of superphosphate and calcined rock phosphate for pasture and cereal production at two sites in the 12-18 in. annual ...

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The long-term effectiveness of reactive phosphate rock

2011-8-22  was between Sechura phosphate rock (SPR), a reactive phosphate rock from Peru, and triple superphosphate (TSP). That comparison is the subject of this paper. SPR contained 12.8% total P and 5.7% citric acid-soluble P (analysed without grinding). It was applied unground (60% passing a

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Low water-soluble superphosphate fertiliser for pasture ...

The rock phosphate was applied as a fine powder to a very sandy soil with a low buffering capacity for phosphate and for pH. At low levels of application, rock phosphate was

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Phosphate rocks and phosphate rock/sulphur granules as ...

2018-6-13  Phosphate sources The phosphate fertilisers used and some of their properties are listed in Table 2. The superphos­ phate was a commercial sample prepared from a I : 1 mix of Nauru and Christmas Island rock. The North Carolina (United States) and Sechura (Peru) PRs are highly reactive (Chien Hammond 1978).

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Unacidulated and Partially acidulated phosphate rock ...

The agronomic effectiveness of unground North Carolina phosphate rock (PR) and partially acidulated phosphate rocks (PAPR) prepared by acidulation of the PR with 30%, 40% and 50% of the phosphoric acid needed for complete acidulation, was determined in a 4 year field experiment on permanent pastures. The soil developed from volcanic ash, and was highly P retentive. The rate of dissolution in ...

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Influence of pH, time and rate of application on phosphate ...

The agronomic effectiveness of an unground reactive phosphate rock from Sechura, Peru, was compared with that of monocalcium phosphate in a severely P deficient and highly P retentive soil (vitrandept) over a period of three years. Soil pHs were adjusted to pH 5.1, 5.3, 5.6 and 6.4. The sward consisted mostly of ryegrass (Lolium perenne) and white clover (Trifolium repens). Fertilisers were ...

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QA for the general stakeholder — Chatham Rock

Rock phosphate is an essential ingredient of manufactured fertiliser and alternatively can be applied directly to pasture with less environmental damage than super-phosphate from run-off. Extensive exploration in the 1960s, 70s and 80s identified a potential 100-year supply for the New Zealand market.

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How to Make Phosphorus - Rage University

2013-5-29  Bone meal and rock phosphate are typical sources. If you can find them, fish bone meal and soy husks are other good sources. And then there is compost :-) Composted yard waste and manures generally provide all the phosphorus normally required by most plants in most soils and if applied in excess, can create an oversupply.

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(PDF) Low Effectiveness of Duchess Rock Phosphate on ...

The soil test extracted a very small proportion of the phosphorus applied as Queensland rock phosphate and the amount extracted decreased by about 50% during 2.5 years. ... Using pasture yield as ...

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Calcined rock phosphate as fertilizer for pasture and ...

2021-11-4  Calcined rock phosphate is prepared by low temperature (500 F) calcination of 'C' grade Christmas Island rock phosphate that is unsuitable for superphosphate production. It was compared with superphosphate and with mixtures of superphosphate and calcined rock phosphate for pasture and cereal production at two sites in the 12-18 in. annual ...

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Low water-soluble superphosphate fertiliser for pasture ...

The rock phosphate was applied as a fine powder to a very sandy soil with a low buffering capacity for phosphate and for pH. At low levels of application, rock phosphate was about a tenth as ...

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Do I need to apply superphosphate (P)?

2015-3-25  Key Points. Superphosphate is a fertiliser produced by the action of concentrated sulphuric acid on powdered phosphate rock. Phosphorus (P) is frequently a limiting nutrient to the growth of pasture. Generally, soils in Australia are depleted in

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Comparison of six phosphate rocks and single ...

2018-6-17  Comparison of six phosphate rocks and single superphosphate as phosphate fertilisers for clover-based pasture A. G. SINCLAIR* P. D. JOHNSTONE†1 J. H. WATKINSON2 L. C. SMITH3 J. MORTON1 A. JUDGE2 1AgResearch Invermay Agricultural Centre Private Bag 50034 Mosgiel, New Zealand 2AgResearch Ruakura Agricultural Centre Private Bag 3123 Hamilton ...

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QA for the general stakeholder — Chatham Rock

Rock phosphate is an essential ingredient of manufactured fertiliser and alternatively can be applied directly to pasture with less environmental damage than super-phosphate from run-off. Extensive exploration in the 1960s, 70s and 80s identified a potential 100-year supply for the New Zealand market.

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Chatham Rock Phosphate Corporate update

market, the rock phosphate can be dir ectly applied (DA) to pasture. New Zealand is a key target market for DA, which is expected to grow due to its low environmental impact and sells at a premium. The phosphate rock can also be used to make medium- or high-grade super phosphate (SSP) or di-calcic phosphate (DCP).

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Phosphorus Fertilizers - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Phosphorus fertilizers are manufactured from rock phosphate (Figure 2.2 ), but rock phosphate itself seldom is used directly as a fertilizer because of its low availability of phosphorus and transport cost. Instead, finely ground rock phosphate is treated with sulfuric acid to yield monocalcium phosphate monohydrate and is known as superphosphate.

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SEED INOCULATION - CTAHR Website > Home

2001-11-2  protective layer of powdered calcium carbonate or rock phosphate. This treatment is most commonly done with seeds of pasture legumes. The pellet is applied after seed coating by either the slurry method or the two-step method. The seeds are rolled in the pelleting material immediately after inoculation while the y are still wet and sticky.

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Phosphate Rocks: A Death In Ten Objects By Fiona Erskine ...

2021-11-9  Phosphate Rocks: A death in ten objects (Sandstone Press; 2021: Amazon US / Amazon UK) by Fiona Erskine is an engaging novel that cleverly

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Calcined rock phosphate as fertilizer for pasture and ...

2021-11-4  Calcined rock phosphate is prepared by low temperature (500 F) calcination of 'C' grade Christmas Island rock phosphate that is unsuitable for superphosphate production. It was compared with superphosphate and with mixtures of superphosphate and calcined rock phosphate for pasture and cereal production at two sites in the 12-18 in. annual ...

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Utilisation of ground rock phosphate by different species ...

Rock phosphate at 75 ppm and equivalent rates of super were applied to ryegrass, timothy, clover, lucerne, burnet, chicory, etc. grown in pots filled with soil of only 0.5 ppm available-P content. The marked differences in the utilization of rock P by various pasture species suggest that ecological changes following the application of rock phosphate will be quite distinct from those resulting...

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The Project Overview — Chatham Rock Phosphate

Rock phosphate is an essential ingredient of manufactured fertiliser and can (if of the appropriate chemical composition) be applied directly to pasture with less environmental damage from run-off than manufactured super-phosphate. Extensive exploration in the 1960s, 70s and 80s identified the potential for a 100-year supply for the New Zealand ...

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Comparison of six phosphate rocks and single ...

2018-6-17  Comparison of six phosphate rocks and single superphosphate as phosphate fertilisers for clover-based pasture A. G. SINCLAIR* P. D. JOHNSTONE†1 J. H. WATKINSON2 L. C. SMITH3 J. MORTON1 A. JUDGE2 1AgResearch Invermay Agricultural Centre Private Bag 50034 Mosgiel, New Zealand 2AgResearch Ruakura Agricultural Centre Private Bag 3123 Hamilton ...

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Feasibility of Rock Phosphate and Other Amendments in ...

In the Canadian Prairies, many soils on organic farms are low in available P, and the only alternative is to use external sources to prevent P nutrient deficiency on these soils. A 3-year (2012 to 2014) field experiment was established in spring 2012 on a P-deficient soil near Kelvington, Saskatchewan, Canada, to determine the potential of organic amendments (alfalfa pellets, compost manure ...

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Chatham Rock Phosphate Corporate update

market, the rock phosphate can be dir ectly applied (DA) to pasture. New Zealand is a key target market for DA, which is expected to grow due to its low environmental impact and sells at a premium. The phosphate rock can also be used to make medium- or high-grade super phosphate (SSP) or di-calcic phosphate (DCP).

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Pasture case study, Middleton SA - BioAg

While there is a difference between superphosphate and reactive rock phosphate there is also a difference between BioAgPhos and other forms of reactive rock phosphate. A major difference is the sourcing, with the base product coming from Algeria which can provide the fertiliser without significant levels of heavy metals, like cadmium.

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Agronomic effectiveness of a partially acidulated reactive ...

2015-4-27  range of pasture environments in Australia. The National Reactive Phosphate Rock Project provided such an opportunity. This paper reports on the effectiveness of a sulfuric PAPR applied in core experiment 2 at field sites in the National Reactive Phosphate Rock Project. The fertiliser was produced by the 50% acidulation of North Carolina

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Effects of frequency of maintenance phosphate fertiliser ...

2011-8-22  (TSP) and Seehura phosphate rock (SPR) were each applied (a) annually for 6 years at 0.75 times the calculated P maintenance (M) rate, and (b) at 2.25 M at the beginning of Years 1 and 4 of the 6-year trial period. Maintenance phosphate rates for each site were calcu-lated using the MAF phosphate maintenance model (Comforth Sinclair 1984).

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Phosphate Rocks: A Death In Ten Objects By Fiona Erskine ...

2021-11-9  Phosphate Rocks: A death in ten objects (Sandstone Press; 2021: Amazon US / Amazon UK) by Fiona Erskine is an engaging novel that cleverly

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