01 Dec 2017

¡¡¡NUEVO!!! Manual del Cultivo de Trigo

IPNI ha editado el "Manual del Cultivo de Trigo", cuyos compiladores y editores son el Dr. Guillermo Divito y el Dr. Fernando O. García y que incluye la participación de 30 destacados profesionales, autores de los 14 capítulos y anexos que integran la obra.

16 Nov 2017

SOJA 2016/17. Red de Nutrición CREA Sur de Santa Fe.

En este informe se reportan resultados de tres ensayos de soja de primera bajo rotación maíz-soja-trigo/soja de segunda

16 Nov 2017

MAIZ 2016/17. Red de Nutrición CREA Sur de Santa Fe.

En este informe se reportan resultados de dos ensayos de maíz bajo rotación maíz-trigo/soja de segunda

15 Dec 2011

Archivos Agronómicos

Los Archivos Agronómicos son materiales de información específica coleccionables y de aparición esporádica. Se editan como separata dentro de la Revista Informaciones Agronómicas y abarcan temas de interés en el área de nutrición, manejo y fertilidad de suelos y cultivos.


Perfil Regional

Grain production has steadily increased during the last decade in the Southern Cone, with Argentina leading the way. Increases in soybean area and higher yields explain most of the grain production evolution from the early 90's. Fertilizer consumption has contributed to yield increases. For example, fertilizer consumption in Argentina increased 12-fold between 1991 and 2010. However, nutrient budgets in the area are still negative, and unbalanced crop nutrition has resulted in the depletion of native soil fertility. The need for higher productivity and efficiency plus the need of improving soil nutrient balances, result in excellent perspectives for the fertilizer market. World demand of food, energy, fiber, and feed is an important driver of this potential growth in grain production and fertilizer consumption. Productive and sustainable intensification of agriculture should be based on increased productivity per resource and input unit along time and space (i.e., more kg/ha/year), improved resource and inputs use efficiencies, and involving cropping systems not just annual crops. IPNI, Latin America-Southern Cone,has developed research and educational programs on balanced fertilization following the 4RS Nutrient Stewardshio, the right source at the right rate, time and place, in collaboration with national institutes of agriculture of the region, universities, farmer's organizations, agronomists associations, and others. Most of this work is shown at this website and in other activities such as our quareterly Informaciones Agronomicas, publications, presentations and training sessions, and field meetings.

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Director Regional

Dr. Fernando Garcia
Director, Latin America-Southern Cone (IPNI-Cono Sur)

The Southern Cone office is headquartered at Acassuso, Buenos Aires, and the area of influence includes Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

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