Nutrient Management for Commercial Fruit & Vegetable Crops in Minnesota



Nutrient Management for Commercial Fruit & Vegetable Crops in Minnesota Related

Minnesota Fruit And Vegetable Association:: Non-profit organization committed to Minnesota's fruit and vegetable growers and related agri-businesses.

Vegetable Crop Management - University of Minnesota:: Information on the commercial production of garlic, sweet corn, yellow storage onions and carrots.

Nutrient Content of Crops:: Provides a software tool that estimates nutrients removed from the soil by different crops.

Best Management Practices: A Manure Nutrient Management Program:: Article describes methods of applying the natural fertilizer, while avoiding pollution. From the Ohio State University Extension - Department of Horticulture and Crop Science.

Commercial Vegetable Production: Tomatoes:: Information on cultivating this crop, including varieties, training, pests and diseases, harvesting, handling, marketing, yields and returns. [PDF]

Commercial Vegetable Production Recommendations:: Includes information on vegetable and fruit production written for growers in Virginia and provided by Virginia State University Extension. [PDF]

Soil Testing is an Excellent Investment for Garden Plants and Commercial Crops:: Soil testing is an inexpensive way of maintaining good plant health and maximum crop productivity and this factsheet provides guidance on why, when and how to test soil. [PDF]

Commercial Vegetable Production - Oregon State University:: Contains information on producing vegetables crops in the Pacific Northwest. Research reports also available.

Vegetable Crops - The Ohio State University:: Information on cultural details of growing vegetables for the commercial and home gardener. Also covers pest and disease control.

Soil and Nutrient Management of Alfalfa:: Alfalfa has a high demand for nutrients compared to other crops. Information on testing soils, recommended nutrient levels and subsequent management.

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