Sugarcane Production in Southwest Florida: Mineral Soils and Amendments
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Muchovej, R. M., Edward A. Hanlon, Monica Ozores-Hampton, Sanjay Shukla, Fritz M. Roka, H. Yamataki, and I. Ezenwa. 2005. “Sugarcane Production in Southwest Florida: Mineral Soils and Amendments: SL 230/SC073, 10/2005”. EDIS 2005 (12). Gainesville, FL.


This document integrates information that was presented at the Sand Land Workshop, held at the Dallas B. Townsend Hendry County Extension Center, LaBelle, Florida, 2003, dealing with the production of sugarcane on the mineral soils of southwest Florida. This document reviews challenges facing sugarcane growers dealing with soils, water management, and nutrients. Effective strategies, which are evolving to efficiently produce sugarcane in southwest Florida on mineral soils, are reviewed in this publication. This document is SL 230, a fact sheet of the Soil and Water Science Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, University of Florida. Original publication date October 2005.