- Insightful meta-analysis: Hidden miners – the roles of cover crops and soil microorganisms in phosphorus cycling through agroecosystems
- Details released for next organic phosphorus workshop
- Unique opinion paper reflects on a collaborative discussion between three generations of scientists.
- Special issue in Plant and Soil published
- Abstract deadline extended to 15th May for PSP6!
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PHOSPHORUS 2020 — CHALLENGES FOR SYNTHESIS, AGRICULTURE, AND ECOSYSTEMS Phosphorus (P) is of vital importance for all life on Earth. It is a major component in animal feed and plant fertilizers but, when present in excess, also a disruptive element … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce Organic Phosphorus Workshop (OP2016), following the successful meetings held in Panama-2013 and in Ascona-2003. All soil, water, plant and environmental scientists are welcome to exchange ideas and innovation on the subject of “Organic Phosphorus in the … Continue reading
The ecological paradigm of the ‘whole being more than the sum of its parts’ is widely accepted as one of the most fascinating properties of ecosystems. Yet, the emergence of nutrient dynamics within ecosystems has hardly been addressed methodically so … Continue reading
The session ‘Insights into phosphorus biogeochemistry from soils and aquatic systems‘ was a great success. The attendance to both oral and poster sessions was excellent and full of energy. Thanks to all the participants and especially to the speakers and … Continue reading
If you are able, please come along to support our free half-day meeting on root-soil interactions: Afternoon of 23rd April 2015, Dalhousie Bld, Dundee University, Dundee. “Roots of the second green revolution” – the inaugural Dundee Medal Lecture on Root … Continue reading
Re-posted from: http://landwaterblog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/a-great-new-bbsrc-phosphorus-team.html (Saturday, 15 February 2014) The first team meeting of the new BBSRC project entitled “Exploiting root exudation of organic acids and phytases to enhance plant utilisation of soil phosphorus” was held in Lancaster University between 13-14 February 2014. It was a first … Continue reading