Publications – Crop Nutrition

  • Weerasinghe, H.A.S. Senaviratne, G. and Chandrasiri, K.P.N.K (2014). Fungal-Bacterial Bioflms for Sugarcane Trash Decomposition. Proceeding of International Conclave on Sugar Crops. Sweeteners and Green Energy from Sugar rops: Emerging Technologies. Febrauary 15-17, 2014 held at Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow, India. pp 152.  
  • Weerasinghe, H.A.S., Ariyawansha, B.D.S.K., Wijesuriya, A. and Keerthipala, A.P. (2012). Response of sugarcane (Saccharum hybrid spp.) varieties SL 96 128 and SL 96 328 to Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium: A preliminary analysis. Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Plantation Crop Research, 21-22 September 2012, Colombo, Sri Lanka.  
  • Weerasinghe, H.A.S., Abeysinghe, N.S. and Ariyawansha, B.D.S.K. (2012). The effects of High-grade Eppawala Rock Phosphate as a Phosphorous substitute on yield and quality of sugarcane in Sri Lanka. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium on Minor Export Crops, 16th -17th August 2012, Gannoruwa, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.  
  • Weerasinghe., H.A.S.(2011). “Potassium status in sugarcane soils in Sri Lanka”, Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Role of Potassium in Sustaining the Yield and its Quality: Jointly organized by the International Potash Institute (Switzerland), University of Sri Jayawardenepura and Department of Agriculture. , Kandy, Sri Lanka.  
  • Weerasinghe, H.A.S., Keerthipala, A.P. and .Sivananthawerl, T . (2011). Status of important chemical properties of sugarcane-growing soils after changing cropping system in Hingurana, Sri Lanka”, Proceeding of the 10th International Conference of the East and Southeast Asia Federation of Soil Science Societies, Cololmbo, Sri Lanka.  
  • Abeysinghe, N.S., Kumari, W.M.D. and Kithulwaththa, M.M.A.B. (2008). Bio-fertilizer (Azospirilum brazilense) as a supplementary source of Nitrogen fertilizer to sugarcane production in Sri Lanka. 2nd International Symposium, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. pp33.  
  • Dharmawardene, M.W.N. (2004). Sri Lanka sugar soils and their assessment. Sugarcane Research Institute, Udawalawe.  69p.  
  • Abeysinghe, N.S., Kumari, W.M.D. and Kithulwaththa, M.M.A.B. (2008). Bio-fertilizer (Azospirilum brazilense) as a supplementary source of Nitrogen fertilizer to sugarcane production in Sri Lanka. 2nd International Symposium, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. pp33.  
  • Dharmawardene, M.W.N. (2004). Sri Lanka sugar soils and their assessment. Sugarcane Research Institute, Udawalawe.  69p.  
  • Dharmawardene, M.W.N., Ranjith, S.A. and Bodhinayake, W.L. (2003). Potassium fertilization of sugarcane in Sri Lanka. Proceedings of the IPI-NFS International workshop (1-2 December 2003, Colombo) In: Importance of Potash fertilizers for Sustainable Production of Plantation and Food Crops in Sri Lanka. eds. V.V. Nossov and J.D.H. Wijewardena, 99-115.  
  • Bodhinayake, W.L. and Dharmawardene, M.W.N. (2001). Studies on nutrient removal from Alfisols by sugarcane variety Co 775 under irrigation. Journal of soil science society of Sri Lanka. Vol.13, 40-45.
  • Weerasinghe, H.A.S., Abeysinghe, N.S. and Ariyawansha, B.D.S.K. (2015).  The effect of High-grade Eppawala Rock Phosphate as a Phosphorous substitute on yield and quality of Sugarcane in Sri Lanka. Journal of Sugar Sri Lanka, Volume.02, Sugarcane Research Institute of Sri Lanka.
  • Weerasinghe, H.A.S., Chandana, H.L.N. and Gunaratne, G.P. (2014). pH Buffering Capacities of Sugarcane-growing soils at Sevanagala, Sri Lanka. Proceedings of the 5th Plantation Crop Research Symposium, Colombo, Sri Lanka (15th-17th Oct. 2014).
  • B.R.Kulasekara (2016) Development of low-cost organic fertiliser by using sugarcane industry effluents Puwath Hasuna, Sugarcane Research Institute of Sri Lanka Vol. 7, 04-05.
  • H.A.S. Weerasinghe, B.D.S.K. Ariyawansha and A. Wijesuriya (2017).  Response of Sugarcane (Saccharum hybrid spp.)  Varieties SL 96 128 and SL 96 328 to Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium under Irrigation at Uda Walawe, Sri Lanka: A Preliminary Analysis.  Sugarcane Sri Lanka, Volume.03, Sugarcane Research Institute (forthcoming).