Grains and field crops
It has been suggested that high levels of phosphorus application to lupins can reduce the impact of leaf and root diseases. Two old rotation trials provided a range of disease burdens, across which phosphate rates on lupins were applied. Disease scores, vegetative yields, phosphorus concentration and seed yields were measured.
87LG39, 81LG29, 87ME62, 82M26
(Details in Mark Sweetingham's report)
Number of Pages
Bowden, J W. (1987), Phosphorus levels and disease on lupins. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report.