Place-based phosphorus management: agronomic, environmental and economic benefits

Posted on 19.01.2023 | Last Modified 19.01.2023
Lead Researcher (PI): Helen Baulch
Institution: University of Saskatchewan
Total WGRF Funding: $112,700
Co-Funders: Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission
Start Date: 2022
Project Length: 4 Years

Assess variation in soil test phosphorus (STP). Understand relationship between crop yield and STP. Understand the risk of P runoff associated with elevated STP in hydrologically active areas. Understand agronomic, environmental and potential economic benefits of place-based P management. Improve recommendations for use of place-based P management.