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Nutrient Management Guidelines for Agronomic Crops Grown in Mississippi

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Publication Number: P2647
View as PDF: P2647.pdf

The goal of nutrient management is to maximize plant productivity while minimizing environmental consequences. Nutrient management plans document available nutrient sources, production practices, and other management practices that influence nutrient availability, crop productivity and environmental stewardship. This publication brings together many years of science regarding the economic and environmentally responsible use of plant nutrients in Mississippi.

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