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Hermitage Research Station (28o 12’ S, 152o 06’ E) situated near Warwick, is the site of a 33 year study of carbon cycling, storage and emissions in a southern Queensland winter cereal system. Mean annual temperature at the site is 17.5 oC and mean annual rainfall is 685 mm. The soil is a Vertosol containing 65% clay, 24% silt, and 11% sand. Treatments at the trial included stubble burnt (SB), stubble retained (SR), conventional tillage (CT), no tillage (NT), nitrogen fertiliser added (NF) and no nitrogen fertiliser added (N0). It has provided guidance to farmers on optimising nitrogen use efficiency through fine tuning rates to meet crop need, e.g. delivering nitrogen when it’s needed by the crop possibly using split applications and coated fertilisers with slower nutrient release profiles. Sourcing nitrogen from pulse crop and pasture was also studied as an option for meeting N needs with lower emissions and reduced cost.

Data time period: 1889 to 2011

152.06,-27.375 152.06,-28.12 148.75,-28.12 148.75,-27.375 152.06,-27.375

150.405,-27.7475

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  • Local : datalibrarian.129