Best Management Practices: Managing Crop Nutrients
Best Management Practices book (2008) is a general but detailed
primer on meeting the nutrient demands of your crops without wasting
resources or risking loss to ground and surface water. This resource
for nutrient management planning:
Explains what crop nutrients are where they come from and how they move through soil, plants, water and air;
Shows why and how to test soil and manure as the best means to determine what nutrients your crops need;
Provides BMPs for nutrient application, to ensure you apply the right rate at the right time in the right place.
Replaces Nutrient Management (1997).
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