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Ongoing project

Optimising nutrient management for improved productivity and fruit quality in cherries (ST16005)

Key research provider: University of Tasmania

What’s it all about?

This investment was one component of a larger collaborative program spanning the horticulture, cotton, dairy and sugar sectors, funded through the Australian Government’s Rural R&D for Profit initiative.

Led by the Cotton Research & Development Corporation, More Profit From Nitrogen: enhancing the nutrient use efficiency of intensive cropping and pasture systems was established to help primary producers increase nitrogen use efficiency. This particular sub-project is developing information on nitrogen requirements and management in cherry orchards to help increase the quantity and quality of cherry yields.

More information on the broader More Profit From Nitrogen program can be found at www.crdc.com.au/more-profit-nitrogen.

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This project was funded through the Australian Government’s Rural R&D for Profit program.