Growers have access to new options to increase nutrient availability and uptake through enhanced soil biological processes, nitrogen fixation and soil management practices, leading to greater profitability.
Growers have access to novel tools, technologies and information to assist in capturing greater profit from increased supply, reduced losses and greater crop uptake of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and sulfur.
Improved understanding of nutrient cycles, availability and crop uptake
Knowledge of the cycling, availability and crop uptake of nutrients, and the role of soil biota in those factors under field conditions, is increased.
Innovative options to improve nutrient availability
Nitrogen fixation and the availability of phosphorus, nitrogen and other nutrients are maximised through the development of novel tools and technologies that harness soil biota and the adoption of enhanced soil management practices.
Adoption of novel technologies to enhance nutrient availability within farming systems
The adoption of innovative and integrative options to enhance nutrient availability as influenced by soil biota and soil management, within a range of farming systems, is enabled.