11th Annual FLRC Workshop
held at Massey University, February 1998

Long-term Nutrient Needs for New Zealand's Primary Industries:
Global Supply, Production Requirements and Environmental Constraints

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The correct citation for the proceedings is:

[Authors], 1998. [Title of paper]. In: Long term nutrient needs for New Zealand's primary industries: Global supply, production requirements and environmental constraints (Eds L D Currie and P Loganathan). Occasional report No. 11. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. pp

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Papers presented:

An analysis of the potential demand for phosphate fertilizers: Sources of change and projections to 2025
Baanante, C A and Hellums, D T

Future fertiliser nutrient requirements of the New Zealand sheep and beef industry
Gillingham, A G, Gregg, P E H and Newsome, P

Future nutrient requirements of arable and vegetable crops
Williams, P H

Effect of rate of nitrogen fertiliser on cation and anion leaching under intensively grazed dairy pasture
Rajendram, G S, Ledgard, S F, Monaghan, R, Penno, J W, Sprosen, M and Ouyang, L

Partially acidulated phosphate rock fertilisers are effective in near-neutral pH soil
McLay, C D A, Liu, Q and Rajan, S S S

Hindsight and foresight: Current and predicted future trends in nutrient requirements for dairying
Roberts, A H C and Morton, J D

Future nutrient requirements of New Zealand plantation forests
Payn, T W, Skinner, M F, and Clinton,P W

Global phosphate resources
Cook, P J

Resource acquisition issues for a fertiliser manufacturer
Manning, M J

Resource acquisition issues for a direct importer
Quin, B F C and McComb, G

Cut and carry systems for nutrient recapture using examples based on sewerage effluent and dairy factory waste waters
O'Connor, M B, Singleton, P, Light, C and van Boheemen, P

Nutrient removal from farm effluents
Bolan, N S

Zeolites and constructed wetlands: Possible technologies for nutrient recapture and drainage pollution control
Nguyen, M L, Monaghan, R and Tanner, C T

Strategies for global nutrient recycling
Hedley, M J and Sharpley, A N

Modelling soluble phosphorus losses in surface runoff from a small hillslope basin in New Zealand
Rodda, H, Thorrold, B and Nguyen, M L

A framework to combine soil tests and climate data as biophysical indicators for monitoring the sustainability of pastoral soils
Faulalo, K

Financial performance measures of farm business sustainability
Shadbolt, N M

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