Reactive rock phosphate fertiliser –

2021-6-7  Reactive rock phosphate fertiliser. Reactive rock phosphate consists of very fine particles and looks much like fine beach sand. It can be applied directly to pasture as a fertiliser. There is a direct reaction with acids in the soil – phosphate is slowly released and taken up by the pasture. The rock phosphate

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

A field trial was conducted for 3 years to evaluate phosphate rocks and phosphate rock/sulphur granules as fertilizers for permanent pastures. Two reactive phosphate rocks, North Carolina (USA) and Chatham Rise (New Zealand), and an unreactive Florida (USA) were used. The materials were applied to a highly phosphate retentive allophanic soil of medium to high phosphorus status. Single ...

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Long-term studies of molybdenum applied to pasture

2018-6-2  North African the highest of the rock phosphate treatments. In the presence of applied molybdenum no significant yield response followed the application of 2 tons compared with 5 cwt/ac of lime on the superphosphate treatment, and it is suggested that there is no benefit in raising the soil pH beyond 5.8. Rock phosphate yields were slightly

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Calcined rock phosphate as fertilizer for pasture and ...

2021-8-1  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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Effectiveness of rock phosphate, coastal superphosphate ...

The effectiveness of ‘coastal superphosphate’ and two rock phosphate fertilizers was compared with the effectiveness of single superphosphate for pasture production on deep, humic, sandy podzols in high rainfall (> 800 mm annual average) areas of south-western Australia. The pastures were subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) or mixed subterraneum clover and serradella (Ornithopus ...

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Availability of Rock Phosphate as Measured by an Acid ...

1982-5-1  Where superphosphate or rock phosphate had been applied, P availability was better assessed by extractants such as 0.5 M NaHCO3 and Bray 1. The results emphasize the need to supplement laboratory and short-term studies with longterm evaluations of P materials with acid tolerant perennial crop species available in tropical countries.

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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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Effect of reactive phosphate rock on the pH of soil under ...

2018-6-2  phosphate rock (SPR) were surface-applied annually for 6 years to well-established grass/clover pastures at sites throughout New Zealand at rates of 0.5, 0.75, 1.0, and 2.0 times M where M was the annual amount of P calculated to be necessary to maintain pasture production at 90-95% of the maximum yield obtainable when P was non-limiting ...

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Direct Exports of Phosphorus from Fertilizers Applied to ...

2020-10-13  Monocalcium phosphate Ca(H 2 PO 4) 2.H 2 O Superphosphate (SSP/DSP/TSP) Single, 9% Double, 18% Triple, 21% High Mono-ammonium phosphate NH 4 H 2 PO 4 MAP 23% High Di-ammonium phosphate (NH 4) 2 HPO 4 DAP 20% High Di-calcium phosphate CaHPO 4 CaHPO 4.2H 2 O DCP (anhydrous) DCP Variable Low Hydroxyapatite Ca 10 (PO 4) 6 (OH) 2 Phosphate rock (PR ...

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Top-dressing of grassland with phosphates and lime

2018-6-10  (rock) phosphate on limed and unlimed ground were summarised in this Journal by Doak (1942a) and Elliott and Lynch (1942). Residual effects on pasture production, botanical composition, herbage chemical analyses, and soil analyses were measured for 18 years subsequently. About four years after top-dressing ceased pasture production fell on

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Reactive rock phosphate fertiliser – Superphosphate – Te ...

2021-6-7  Reactive rock phosphate fertiliser. Reactive rock phosphate consists of very fine particles and looks much like fine beach sand. It can be applied directly to pasture as a fertiliser. There is a direct reaction with acids in the soil – phosphate is slowly released and taken up by the pasture. The rock phosphate

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Effectiveness of rock phosphate, coastal superphosphate ...

The effectiveness of ‘coastal superphosphate’ and two rock phosphate fertilizers was compared with the effectiveness of single superphosphate for pasture production on deep, humic, sandy podzols in high rainfall (> 800 mm annual average) areas of south-western Australia. The pastures were subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) or mixed subterraneum clover and serradella (Ornithopus ...

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

A field trial was conducted for 3 years to evaluate phosphate rocks and phosphate rock/sulphur granules as fertilizers for permanent pastures. Two reactive phosphate rocks, North Carolina (USA) and Chatham Rise (New Zealand), and an unreactive Florida (USA) were used. The materials were applied to a highly phosphate retentive allophanic soil of medium to high phosphorus status. Single ...

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CSIRO PUBLISHING Crop and Pasture Science

The fate of phosphorus applied as superphosphate and rock phosphate to grassland plots at Kybybolite established in 1919 on solonetzic soils has been studied by soil analytical techniques. The additional effect of the amendments lime and gypsum has also been examined. From past records of phosphorus added as fertilizer, the probable amounts of phosphorus removed in animal products, and present ...

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Influence of Rock Fertilisers on Soil Microorganisms in an ...

basalt and rock phosphate, were applied separately to pasture microcosms planted with either Trifolium subterraneum, Lolium rigidum or left unplanted. After 70 days, sieving was used to separate the rock fertilisers (mineral fraction) from the surrounding soil (soil fraction). ARISA was used to determine if

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Adding Value to Organic Pasture

2015-12-21  ground rock fertilisers, rock phosphate and ground silicate rocks and minerals, as phosphorus and ... This project investigated the impacts of a suite of certified organic nutrients applied to pasture used for beef grazing during the conversion phase to

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Direct Exports of Phosphorus from Fertilizers Applied to ...

2020-10-13  Monocalcium phosphate Ca(H 2 PO 4) 2.H 2 O Superphosphate (SSP/DSP/TSP) Single, 9% Double, 18% Triple, 21% High Mono-ammonium phosphate NH 4 H 2 PO 4 MAP 23% High Di-ammonium phosphate (NH 4) 2 HPO 4 DAP 20% High Di-calcium phosphate CaHPO 4 CaHPO 4.2H 2 O DCP (anhydrous) DCP Variable Low Hydroxyapatite Ca 10 (PO 4) 6 (OH) 2 Phosphate rock (PR ...

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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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Phosphate facts

Phosphate rock is a finite source so must be managed carefully. The rock is either igneous or sedimentary. Sedimentary forms, which tend to be sources for New Zealand, are derived from old ocean seabed deposits so include fossilised and mineralised fishbones and teeth. The rock often needs to be treated so the phosphate becomes available to the ...

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New Queensland phosphate mine to boost local fert

2021-8-25  Gregor Heard @grheard 25 Aug 2021, 12:30 p.m. A NEW phosphate rock mine in north-west Queensland will provide a valuable new source of phosphorus-based

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Reactive rock phosphate fertiliser – Superphosphate – Te ...

2021-6-7  Reactive rock phosphate fertiliser. Reactive rock phosphate consists of very fine particles and looks much like fine beach sand. It can be applied directly to pasture as a fertiliser. There is a direct reaction with acids in the soil – phosphate is slowly released and taken up by the pasture. The rock phosphate

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

Rock phosphate from Duchess, northeastern Australia, and superphosphate were compared as phosphorus (P) sources for pasture in Limestonehouse and field experiments in northern Queensland. Duchess rock ...

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Effectiveness of rock phosphate, coastal superphosphate ...

The effectiveness of 'coastal superphosphate' and two rock phosphate fertilizers was compared with the effectiveness of single superphosphate for pasture production on deep, humic, sandy podzols in high rainfall (> 800 mm annual average) areas of south-western Australia. The pastures were subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) or mixed subterraneum clover and serradella (Ornithopus ...

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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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PASTURE Impro nt anilM

Rock phosphate is probably best applied during seedbed preparation at rates ranging from 500 to 2,000 pounds an acre, altho it may be applied as a top-dressing. Superphosphate, because of its relatively higher availability, can be applied more frequently than rock phosphate and in smaller amounts ranging from 100 to 300 pounds

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Influence of Rock Fertilisers on Soil Microorganisms in an ...

basalt and rock phosphate, were applied separately to pasture microcosms planted with either Trifolium subterraneum, Lolium rigidum or left unplanted. After 70 days, sieving was used to separate the rock fertilisers (mineral fraction) from the surrounding soil (soil fraction). ARISA was used to determine if

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Direct Exports of Phosphorus from Fertilizers Applied to ...

2020-10-13  Monocalcium phosphate Ca(H 2 PO 4) 2.H 2 O Superphosphate (SSP/DSP/TSP) Single, 9% Double, 18% Triple, 21% High Mono-ammonium phosphate NH 4 H 2 PO 4 MAP 23% High Di-ammonium phosphate (NH 4) 2 HPO 4 DAP 20% High Di-calcium phosphate CaHPO 4 CaHPO 4.2H 2 O DCP (anhydrous) DCP Variable Low Hydroxyapatite Ca 10 (PO 4) 6 (OH) 2 Phosphate rock (PR ...

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(PDF) Partially Phosphoric-Acidulated Phosphate Rocks as ...

Partially acidulated phosphate rocks were produced by spraying phosphoric acid onto North Carolina phosphate rock of three finenesses (unground, medium, or finely ground) in a pan or drum granulator.

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Adding Value to Organic Pasture

2015-12-21  ground rock fertilisers, rock phosphate and ground silicate rocks and minerals, as phosphorus and ... This project investigated the impacts of a suite of certified organic nutrients applied to pasture used for beef grazing during the conversion phase to

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"Phosphorus and sulphur nutrition of pastures in high ...

Trial 84HA18 Location: West Harvey To compare several fertilizers as sources of P for pasture. The fertilizers were applied once only in the years listed. The fertilizers compare were ordinary (single) superphosphate (OSB), new (pre 1990) coastal superphosphate (NCS), Island (apatite) rock phosphate (IRP) and Calciphos (CAL).

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