01 Nov 1999

Cashew nuts in North Queensland, response to phosphorus and sulfur fertilizers

NJ Grundon

Cashew nuts prefer a seasonally wet/dru tropical climate and represent a new horticultural opportunity in northern Australia. North Queensland, the Northern Territory, and northern Western Australia have large areas with soils suitable for cashew. CSIRO Land and Water has initiated research at Dimbulah, North Queensland, to investigate the fertilizer requirements of the crop.

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