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Useful Nutrient Management Planning Data

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Publication Number: IS1620
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Nutrient management plans should be based on accurate information. Ideally, manure generation and content should be determined on individual farms. Nutrients removed by harvesting crops also vary from farm to farm. The data provided here are general guidelines based on current research and can be used in preliminary planning.

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Authors

Portrait of Dr. Larry Oldham
Extension Professor
Soil Health, Soil Fertility, Nutrient Management, Soil Conservation and Management, Certified Crop A

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Portrait of Dr. Larry Oldham
Extension Professor
Soil Health, Soil Fertility, Nutrient Management, Soil Conservation and Management, Certified Crop A

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