Registration for the Frontiers of Potassium Conference includes admission to all conference sessions Wednesday - Friday, with a buffet lunch on Wednesday and Thursday included.  It also includes cocktails and hors d'oeuvres during the evening poster sessions. 

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Room block is available now. 

Proceedings Template

Use the attached Word template (KFrontiersTemplate.dotx) to write your proceedings paper. Save the file to a known location, then double click it to open. Immediately "save as" a different file, using your abstract number as the new file name. Proceedings papers are due 31 Dec. 2016.

Speaker Spotlight

Munir Rusan
mrusan@just.edu.jo

Conference Sponsors

SQMPotashCorpMosaicK + SAgriumUrakali

ABSTRACTS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS ONLY

Abstract submissions for oral presentations are no longer being accepted.
Click on the Abstracts menu to submit an abstract for poster presentations.
 
IPNI is pleased to invite you to participate in the upcoming international conference designed to exchange information on how to improve potassium plant nutrition and soil management to better the health of soils, plants, animals, and humans. The 4R Nutrient Stewardship framework is integrated into the conference structure to keep the discussions anchored to the information needs of farmers and those who provide nutrient management guidance. 
 

Submissions are being considered for the following topic areas:  

  • Potassium in Sustainable Intensification of Cropping Systems: Potassium nutrient budgets, long-term potassium studies, the role of potassium in mitigating biotic and abiotic stresses, and potassium interactions with other nutrients;
  • 4R Source: Improving decisions about the source of potassium to apply; 
  • 4R Rate: Improving the accuracy of potassium rate recommendations;
  • 4R Time: Improving decisions about when to apply potassium;
  • 4R Place: Improving potassium placement decisions;
  • Connecting Frontier Science to Frontier Practice: Increasing the impact of scientific findings on soil and crop management of potassium in the field.

Information for Poster and Oral Presenters

Oral presentations will be recorded during the conference for subsequent distribution. All presenters, both poster and oral, are invited to submit a paper (4000 words maximum) to the conference proceedings, which will be published online at the conference website. You must be registered for the conference for your paper to be published in the proceedings. Early registration ends 31 December, 2016. Detailed instructions for oral, poster, and proceedings papers will be available soon.


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