Fertilization of Agronomic Crops
Flowers and inflorescences of 'Bloomify Red' lantana grown outdoors in ground beds in full sun in Florida. Figure 2 from publication EP544/EP544: ‘Bloomify™ Red’ and ‘Bloomify™ Rose’, Two Infertile Lantana camara Cultivars for Production and Use in Florida. Credit: UF/IFAS.


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nutrient management
fertilizer rates

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Mackowiak, C., and D.L. Wright. (2002) 2017. “Fertilization of Agronomic Crops : SS-AGR-152/AA130, Rev. 12/2017”. EDIS 2017 (5). Gainesville, FL. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-aa130-2002.


Development of fertilization programs for Florida field or forage crops requires that consideration be given to nutrient requirements for each crop, soil nutrient levels, reactions of the soil with added nutrients, and the ability of the soil to retain and deliver nutrients and water. These factors are used to determine rates, placement, and timing of fertilizer applications.

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