19th Annual FLRC Workshop
held at Massey University, February 2006

Implementing Sustainable Nutrient Management Strategies in Agriculture

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The correct citation for the proceedings is:

[Authors], 2006. [Title of paper]. In: Implementing sustainable nutrient management strategies in agriculture.
(Eds L.D. Currie and J.A. Hanly).  Occasional Report No. 19. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. pp

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Papers presented:

ISSUES OF SUSTAINABILITY IN FERTILIZATION
Ewald Schnug and S Haneklaus (Click here for pdf Abstract)

SUSTAINABLE MANURE MANAGEMENT IN NITROGEN RECYCLING SYSTEMS
Junichi Takahashi (Click here for pdf Abstract)

NUTRIENTS, THE ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT - NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN THE WAIKATO REGION
Robert Brodnax

MANAGING LANDUSE TO MAINTAIN THE QUALITY OF THE ROTORUA LAKES
John McIntosh and P MacCormick

MANAGING NITRATE LEACHING TO GROUNDWATER: AN EMERGING ISSUE FOR CANTERBURY
Raymond Ford

CARROT AND THE STICK
Greg Carlyon

TRENDS IN RIVER WATER QUALITY IN THE WAIKATO REGION
Bill Vant

NUTRIENT SOURCES IN THE MANGAPAPA CATCHMENT, WOODVILLE, MANAWATU - DETAILED WATER QUALITY SAMPLING
Malcolm Todd, O Ausseil and J Roygard

CONTRIBUTION OF AGRICULTURAL POLLUTION TO NUTRIENT LOADS AND TEMPORAL TRENDS IN SELECTED CATCHMENTS OF THE MANAWATU-WANGANUI REGION
Olivier Ausseil, E Ledein, R Gibbard and J Roygard

THE IMPACT OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON PHOSPHORUS LOSS PREDICTIONS AT KIWITEA, MANAWATU
Manuel Bermudez, M Todd, R W Tillman and A Senarath

ESTIMATING ‘GRANDPARENTED’ NITROGEN DISCHARGE ALLOWANCES FOR SHEEP AND BEEF FARMS IN THE LAKE TAUPO CATCHMENT: A CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF THE PROCESS AND SOME IMPLICATIONS
Natasha Hoogeveen, M J Hedley, A McRae, I Valentine, D Gray and R W Tillman

THE NATIONAL N BUDGET IN 2020 AND 2050 AFTER 3% ANNUAL GROWTH WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Troy Baisden, R Parfitt and L Schipper

LARGE LOSSES OF SOIL CARBON AND NITROGEN FROM NEW ZEALAND PASTURES DURING PAST 20 YEARS
Louis Schipper, W T Baisden, R Parfitt, C Ross, J J Claydon and G C Arnold

DISSOLVED ORGANIC NITROGEN IN NEW ZEALAND PASTORAL SOILS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND NITROGEN BUDGET
Anwar Ghani, K Betteridge, A Carran, M Dexter, P Theobald, D A Costall and C Hoogendroom

PROTECTING AND ENHANCING THE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH FORESTRY
Peter Clinton, T W Payn, J Quinn, C Phillips, E Brockerhoff and T Barnard

NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS IN THE MANAWATU-WANGANUI REGION MODELLED USING NZ-DNDC
Donna Giltrap, S Saggar, Changsheng Li and H Wilde

INFLUENCE OF UREASE AND NITRIFICATION INHIBITORS ON AMMONIA VOLATILIZATION AND NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS
Jagrati Singh, N S Bolan and S Saggar

ROLE OF NITRIFICATION INHIBITORS IN MITIGATING NITRATE-INDUCED CATION LEACHING IN GRAZED PASTURES
Adeline Blard, N S Bolan, I Vogeler, S Saggar and J Singh

THE INTERACTION OF UREASE AND NITRIFICATION INHIBITORS ALONG WITH MOLYBDENUM ON THE YIELD OF N FERTILISED PASTURES
M Zaman, J D Blennerhassett and B F Quin

THE EFFECT OF UREASE AND NITRIFICATION INHIBITORS ON THE PASTURE YIELD AND SOIL N LEVELS OF URINE PATCHES
Chitralekha Ramakrishnan, M Zaman, J D Blennerhassett and B F Quin

CHARACTERISATION OF THE VADOSE ZONE IN A LAKE TAUPO SUBCATCHMENT
Roland Stenger, G Barkle, O Andler, Aaron Wall and T Clough

TAILORED NUTRITION FOR ZESPRI? GOLD (‘HORT16A’): FRUIT, LEAF AND CANE NUTRITION STUDIES UNDER MODIFIED NUTRIENT REGIMES
Tessa Mills, R Isaac, H Boldingh, S Green, C Dijssel, P Blattmann, M Clearwater and B Snelgar

LEACHING OF CCA FROM TREATED VINEYARD POSTS
Iris Vogeler, S Green, C Dijssel, P Davidson, M Greven, B Clothier, R Agnew, S Neal, R Chichota
and S Sivakumaran

PROGRESS IN DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT TOOLS AND SYSTEMS FOR NEW ZEALAND AGRICULTURE
Greg Sneath and H Furness (Click here for pdf Abstract)

OVERSEER DEVELOPMENT - WHAT IS IT, WHAT IT DOES
David Wheeler, S F Ledgard, R M Monaghan, R McDowell and C DeKlien

NUTRIENT BUDGETING CASE STUDY PRESENTATION
Bernard Lynch

NUTRIENT BUDGETING CASE STUDY PRESENTATION
Arthur Payze

NUTRIENT BUDGETING CASE STUDY PRESENTATION
Andrew Reid

NUTRIENT BUDGETING CASE STUDY PRESENTATION
Richard Preston

NITROGEN LEACHING AND WHOLE-SYSTEM EFFICIENCY AS AFFECTED BY DAIRY INTENSIFICATION AND MITIGATION PRACTICES IN THE RESOURCE EFFICIENT DAIRYING TRIAL
Stewart Ledgard, M Sprosen, A Judge, S Lindsey, R Jensen and D Clark

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM INTENSIVE DAIRY FARM SYSTEMS
Jiafa Luo, S Ledgard and S Lindsey

EFFECTS OF DAIRY INTENSIFICATION IN THE RESOURCE EFFICIENT DAIRYING TRIAL ON SOIL PHYSICS, NUTRIENT FLOWS, AND FERTILISER AND LIME REQUIREMENTS
John Menneer, S Ledgard, M Boyes, D Clark and R Jensen

REDUCING CONTAMINANT LOSSES FROM LAND APPLIED FARM DAIRY EFFLUENT USING K-LINE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
David Houlbrooke, R Monaghan, C Smith and C Nicolson

DAIRY FARM DRAINAGE NITRATE ATTENUATION WETLANDS AND FILTERS
James Sukias, C Tanner and L McKergow

MAKING DOLLARS AND SENSE OF NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT
Mike Bramley

COMPARISON OF BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL SOIL PROPERTIES IN AN APPLE ORCHARD UNDER CONVENTIONAL AND ORGANIC MANAGEMENT
Siva Sivakumaran, I Vogeler, R Cichota, M Deurer, I McIvor, S Green, T Mills, B Clothier and C Dijssel

FERTILISER AND IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON NITRATE LEACHING FROM ROTATIONS OF ANNUAL CROPS
Glyn Francis, S M Thomas, H E Barlow, F J Tabley and R N Gillespie

THE IMPACT OF VADOSE ZONE PROCESSES ON NITRATE LEACHING UNDER CROPPING IN CANTERBURY
Murray Close, R Dann, G Francis, S M Thomas and H E Barlow

NUTRIENT BUDGETING AT FARM LEVEL BY EMPLOYING ‘NUTMON-TOOLBOX’
V Murugappan and R Jagadeeswaran

CROP CALCULATORS FOR FERTILISER DECISION SUPPORT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING
Robert Zyskowski, P D Jamieson, F Y Li, J B Reid and A Pearson

SIMULATING WITHIN-PADDOCK VARIABILITY OF NITRATE LEACHED FROM A MIXED CROPPING PADDOCK
Linda Lilburne, T Webb, P Jamieson and R Zyskowski

REMOVING THE BARRIERS TO IMPROVED RESPONSE TO FERTILISER N
– THE PLANT’S PERSPECTIVE
Bert Quin, J S Rowarth, J D Blennerhassett, J R Crush and I S Cornforth

CAN SOILS UNDER PASTURE BECOME SATURATED WITH NITROGEN?
Roger Parfitt, A Mackay, G Yeates, L Schipper, D Ross and T Baisden

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND MOISTURE ON THE RATE OF NITROGEN MINERALIZATION, MICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND C:N RATIO IN SOILS
Ian McIvor, S Sivakumaran, S Green, I Vogeler, M Deurer, T Mills and B E Clothier

THE WISE N USE PROJECT: THE ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF N FERTILISER USE IN HILL COUNTRY
Greg Lambert, J Morton, C Hoogendoorn and D Stevens

CALCULATING OVERALL SYSTEM CV IN A GROUND SPREAD FERTILISER APPLICATION SCENARIO
Hayden Lawrence and I J Yule

MEASURING THE APPLICATION VARIABILITY OF AN AGRICULTURAL AIRCRAFT: A CASE STUDY ON LIMESTONE DOWNS
Rob Murray and I J Yule

SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT
Ian Yule, H G Lawrence and R I Murray

PROJECT REREWHAKAAITU
Bob Parker, M O’Connor, I Power, M Hawke and C Sutton (Click here for pdf Abstract)

THE IRAP PROJECT: PREDICTIVE FARM- AND REGIONAL-SCALE TOOLS FOR ASSESSING LAND USE IMPACTS ON GROUNDWATER QUALITY
Linda Lilburne, J Bright, G Francis, M Close, V Bidwell, V Snow, B Thorrold, K Crisley and V Smith

BENCHMARKING OF FARMS AROUND LAKE TAUPO AND ALTERNATIVE FARM SYSTEM OPTIONS: ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS
Stewart Ledgard, G Law, R Dragten, R Webby and E Dooley (Click here for pdf Abstract)

PROGRESS WITH DEVELOPING NEW FARM SYSTEMS FOR THE LAKE TAUPO CATCHMENT
Bruce Thorrold, S F Ledgard, R W Webby, D C Smeaton and K Betteridge (Click Here for pdf Abstract)

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