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Phosphorus increases wheat yields.

David L. Guettinger

Phosphorus increases wheat yields.

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Published by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English


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SeriesExtension mimeo -- 2840., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 2840.
ContributionsWashington State University. Cooperative Extension Service.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p.
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Open LibraryOL17612232M
OCLC/WorldCa41815011

When we developed our liquid fertilizer for wheat, we wanted to give wheat farmers flexibility, affordability, and higher yield. (mainly phosphorus and nitrogen), the right nutrient combinations for winter and spring wheat. When adding the right nutrients at the right time, yields increased substantially. The use of NP fertilizer gave consistent increases in yields of wheat on a loam and a clay soil with low NaHCO 3 soluble phosphorus contents. The fertilizer increased crop growth during the early part of the growing season hastened maturity, and increased the amount of stooling and the number of mature heads at harvest ized crops on both soils used more moisture than unfertilized Cited by:


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Phosphorus increases wheat yields. by David L. Guettinger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) are important nutrient elements that significantly affect the grain weight and grain yield of wheat, and foliage application of K and P is mainly used for wheat. Starter Phosphorus Increases Winter Wheat Yields.

Purpose: Adequate P and K fertility is essential for producing high, economically competitive, winter wheat yields. Because of increasing P and K fertilizer prices, wheat producers need to efficiently apply P and K fertilizers in.

Phosphorus utilization efficiency can be improved by mixing it with farm yard manure to increase the yield of wheat. Farm yard manure mixed with single superphosphate in ratio increases phosphorus efficiency significantly. It would be advantageous if we select, screen or improve plants for higher capacity to adapt to mineral : Mukhtar Ahmed, Sehrish Khan, Muhammad Irfan, MuhammadAqeel Aslam, Ghulam Shabbir, Shakeel Ahmad.

Journal of Natural Sciences Research ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.4, No.7, Enhancing Wheat Yield and Phosphorus. The experiment was carried out in RCB design with three replications. Phosphorus application significantly increased the grain yield of wheat from kg ha-1in control to kg ha-1in the treatments receiving P at 90 kg P.

2O5ha giving an increase of 22 % over by: 8. Elliott et al. (19) reported a critical P concentration of to % (at 90% maximum grain yield) in wheat grain.

Earlier, Bolland and Paynter (20) reported that critical P concentration in wheat decreased from % to % (in shoot) with the growing season and % in grain. According to wheat crop, addition of phosphorus at the rate of kg ha -1 through double band placement significantly (Pincreased plant height, grains spike -1, productive tillers m Literature indicates that yield and yield contributing parameters (such as height, number of tillers, grain height, etc.) of wheat were increased with the application of phosphorus on salt affected soils (Manchandra et al., and Bhatti et al., ).

Very little emphasis has been directed in future on the effect of phosphorus levels on. 5 yield, bu/A to bloom 0 90 0 87 66 90 30 59 TABLE 4. Positive P/K interactions can make a difference with soybeans (Virginia). P 2O 5,K 2O, Yield, Yield lb/A lb/A bu/A increase, bu/A 00 24 — 30 0 26 2 0 37 13 30 45 21 TABLE 5.

Phosphorus and K work together for higher wheat yields (average of two varieties). TABLE 6. Of the total offtake by wheat in grain plus straw the proportion in the grain was 82% for N, 85% for P, 44% or K, 16% for Ca, 7l% for Mg and 40% for Na.

Compared to earlier periods %N in grain has changed little but N offtakes are now larger, because yield has increased, and Cited by: Shuaib Kaleem et al. Effect of phosphorus on the yield and yield components of wheat 24 phosphorus as observed by Colomb et al.

These results do not agree with the findings of Kulhare et al. () who studied NP doses effect on late sown wheat crop and reported that increase in NP rate, does not. () 6(8): Table.1 Effect of phosphorus, sulphur and zinc on growth parameter, yield attributes and yield of wheat Treatment Plant height Dry matter accumulation (g) per running meter Number of effective shoots (m-1 row length).

Balanced applications of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) are known to increase grain yield of wheat but the impact of the interactions among N, P, and K on root growth and nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) have not been proven.

The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of balanced applications of N, P, and Phosphorus increases wheat yields. book on the rooting Cited by: 7. Phosphorus (P) is one of the most widely occurring nutrients for development and growth of wheat.

In this study, the effects of P application amount on grain yield, protein content, and phosphorus use efficiency (PUE) were studied by agronomic management of P fertilizer on spring weak-gluten wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown under field conditions for 2 by:   It is a research report on determining effect of phosphorus on the growth and development of wheat.

More The present investigation was conducted to see the effect of phosphorus on the growth, growth parameters and yield of a wheat variety RR The effects of the compost application were greater on the maize yield than on the wheat yield.

Compost addition can significantly increase the P content and P uptake. The mean P fertilization use efficiencies wereand % in the NPK, 1/2 OM and OM treatments for the wheat-maize system, respectively. Phosphorus application increased the straw biomass and yield in wh 27, whereas P deficiency reduced the shoot growth of winter wheat Photosynthesis is the ultimate source of biomass in Author: Xiu-Xiu Chen, Wei Zhang, Xiao-Yuan Liang, Yu-Min Liu, Shi-Jie Xu, Qing-Yue Zhao, Yun-Fei Du, Ling Zh.

for phosphorus (P) place-ment are difficult. There is no one best method of appli-cation. Soil and growing conditions influence place-ment choices. Application method can offset the effects of P fixation by soils and increase P efficiency.

TABLE 1. Dual banding N and P increases winter wheat yields and P efficiency (Kansas). Method Wheat. Potassium phosphate monobasic (KH 2 PO 4) applied on the wheat canopy at rates of 1 to 4 kg ha −1 P increased grain yield in low temperature conditions in China. Another study showed that KH 2 PO 4 applied at late wheat flowering at rates 0, and kg ha −1 P and increased grain yield especially at the maximum rate [ 28 ].Cited by: 4.

Background and Aims. Phosphorus deficiency is a major limiting factor for crop yield worldwide. Previous studies revealed that PHR1 and it homologues play a key role in regulating the phosphate starvation response in plants. However, the function of PHR homologues in common wheat (Triticum aestivum) is still not fully aim of the study was to characterize the function of PHR1 Cited by: Yield and nitrogen use efficiency of wheat increased with root length and biomass due to nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium interactions Elliott G.

Duncan1,3*, Cathryn A. O’Sullivan 1, Margaret M. Roper, Jairo Palta1,4, Kelley Whisson1, and Mark B. Peoples2 1 CSIRO Agriculture, Centre for Environment and Life Sciences, Underwood Avenue, Floreat WAAustraliaCited by: 7.

and yield of wheat and phosphorus fertilizer efficiency. The results indicated to the response of wheat to phosphorous fertilizer at Bakrajow location only. While the application of 40 kg Mg ha-1 caused significant increase in wheat yield at Bakrajow location only.

The highest phosphorus. Grain yield of wheat was more sensitive to P deficiency than pea. Wheat showed consistently higher (P yield g–1 P available, respectively.

This was principally ascribed to the highest (P wheat ( vs. g yield g–1 P uptake for wheat and pea, respectively Cited by: wheat, grain sorghum, alfalfa, edible beans, and other agronomic crops even though average crop yields continue to increase, the rates of nitrogen applied to corn have tended to plateau or even decline.

Producers Nutrient Management for Agronomic Crops in Nebraska. 1Part Iini icptIle s 2. 1Part t tIiarncnrpt1anlenscio 3 Forms of. A field experiment was conducted to determine the effect of sulphur application with Rock phosphate mixed compost on phosphorus (P) solubility and its effect on yield and P uptake of wheat crop.

The experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replications at the research farm of The University of Agriculture : Kashif Khan, Muhammad Sharif, Imran Azeem, Ibadullah, Adnan Anwar Khan, Sajid Ali, Imran Khan, Aamir. should be used if available. Yield values must be converted to total DM in lbs/acre, as P content of the harvested crop is given as a % of DM (Table 1).

To convert from “as-is” yield in tons/acre to total DM in lbs/acre, multiply the “as-is” yield in tons/acre by the % DM and (Box 2). Wheat straw Percentage Phosphorus in HarvestFile Size: 30KB.

However, knocking out TaPHO2-A1 significantly increased phosphorus uptake and grain yield under low phosphorus conditions, with no adverse effect on grain yield under high phosphorus conditions.

Our results indicated that TaPHO2s involved in phosphorus uptake and translocation, and molecular engineering TaPHO2 shows potential in improving wheat Cited by: increase in yield, total P and K uptake increased by kg and to kg, respectively.

The difference between total uptake and removal for each nutrient resulted in average nutrient harvest indices of 81 and 49% for P and K, respectively. However, significant variation Cited by: 6.

Broadcast applications of phosphorus increased the yields of a corn; soybean, wheat, and hay rotation over a 6-year period. Response to row phosphorus was reduced as the soil level was increased. Corn yields were larger at high soil levels than with row applications alone. An experiment was conducted to evaluate the productivity of wheat under different levels of phosphorus and method of application at Department of Agronomy, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam.

Experiment was laid out in a RCBD (factorial) with three replications. The treatments were four phosphorus levels (P1 = 0 Kg?ha–1 + Recommended Nitrogen, P2 = 30 Kg?ha–1 + Recommended Cited by: 3.

grain yield of check plots and Ap is the amount of applied P in kg ha-1(Saleem, ). Results and Discussion Wheat grain yield Phosphorus application, irrespective of method of application significantly increased the grain yield of wheat over control during all the three cropping seasons (Figure 1).

Maximum grain yield ±  The average grain yield of wheat and rice was significantly (p increase Cited by: 8. Phosphorus is a key Nutrient for plant growth and development. Phosphorus is taken up from the soil solution by plant roots as orthophosphate ions, principally as monovalent orthophosphate, H2PO4 − ions.

This study was conducted to explore the role of different phosphorus (P) levels and P uptake and use efficiency on acidic soils. The soil was collected from the acidic region of Bangladesh Cited by: 2. Starter fertilizers for wheat can pay if used correctly.

K-State agronomist reviews using phosphorus or nitrogen to increase fall tillers and promote root development. MANHATTAN, Kan. – A little fertilizer at or near planting time can help jumpstart wheat toward a successful crop, but producers have to be careful to apply it correctly, said.

Effect of Humic Acid on Phosphorus Availability and Spring Wheat Yield C.A. Jones, J.S. Jacobsen, and A. Mugaas spring wheat yield in either a calcareous soil or non- purchasing humic acid products that claim to increase spring wheat yield at low rates.

80 The programs of the MSU Extension Service are available to all people regardless File Size: KB. Phosphorus is a vital component of DNA, the genetic "memory unit" of all living things.

It is also a component of RNA, the compound that reads the DNA genetic code to build proteins and other compounds essential for plant structure, seed yield and genetic transfer.

The structures of both DNA and RNA are linked together by phosphorus bonds. Availability of soil phosphorus (P) is also affected by soil pH; in acid soils the concentration of P in soil solution typically decreases as pH increases from 2 toreaches a minimum in the rangeand then increases as pH increases between and 7 (Haynes ).

Wheat yield increased with the increasing rates of N application (El-Ganbeehy, ). Wheat cultivars also vary in yield and yield components (Atta, ). Ubaid () found an increase in the grain yield of wheat with the increasing levels of nitrogen and obtained the highest grain yield with the application of kg NPK ha G1.

Phosphorus (P) is an essential macronutrient for plants to complete their life cycle. P taken up from the soil by the roots is transported to the rest of the plant and ultimately stored in seeds.

This stored P is used during germination to sustain the nutritional demands of the growing seedling in the absence of a developed root system. Nevertheless, P deficiency, an increasing global issue Cited by: 2. ABSTRACT One would expect foliar applied phosphorus (P) to have higher use efficiencies than when applied to the soil, but limited information is available concerning this.

Experiments were conducted in, and to determine the effect of foliar applications of P on winter wheat grain yields, P uptake, and use efficiency. Twelve treatments containing varying foliar P rates (0, 1, 2 Cited by:. Fertilizing Winter Wheat Gary W. Hergert Extension Nutrient and Soil Quality Specialist it can reflect when wheat yield will increase with applied nitrogen.

A grain protein level of 12 percent to 13 per- To a lesser extent, phosphorus increases seed size and kernel number in the head.

Because of the effect of phosphorus on wheat ;File Size: KB.Over all sites there was a 3 bu/ac increase with P applied, but when the soil tests were low, under 10 Bray 1P, and following soybeans, there was a significant yield increase of 14 bu/ac due to P application.

When corn followed corn (Bray P yield between fertilized and nonfertilized. Looking to add 15 to 20 bushels to your winter wheat yield? Depending on your base fertility level, seed-placed phosphorus could do the trick.

In this episode of Wheat School, Real Agriculture resident agronomist Peter Johnson takes you on a tour of long-term phosphorus and potash trials at Lucan, Ontario. “In these research trials, we’re seeing that at the very least, having good base.