Crop guide recommendation

  • Corn fertilization

    Profitable corn production requires an adequate soil fertility program. Insufficient nutrients  will lower yields; excess nutrients will lower profit margins and may damage the environment through nutrient runoff and leaching. Corn must receive adequate amounts of nutrients to fully realize yield benefits from other management practices such as early planting dates, selection of adapted hybrids,  Read More…

  • Crop Fertilization Guide

    This soil fertility guide is intended to help crop production specialists and producers better understand, interpret and use the field soil test report produced by the Agricultural Laboratory of the New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture. It is specific to field and garden soils and does not cover greenhouse growing media. This first edition does not include fertilizer recommendations for new crops such as blueberries and cranberries.  Read More…

  • Nitrogen Management for Potato: General Fertilizer Recommendations

    Why do we need good nitrogen management? Sound nitrogen management for potato makes good economic sense. Optimal nitrogen fertilization is essential for achieving commercial tuber yield and size requirements and results in maximum economic return. Excessive nitrogen inputs can reduce tuber specific gravity and can delay maturity, making vines difficult to kill. Read More…

  • Fertilizer Recommendations by Crops, Categorized

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