Idaho Fertilizer Guide - Spring and Winter Wheat on Eastern Idaho Dryland

Massee, Truman W. and Painter, Charles G. (1978) Idaho Fertilizer Guide - Spring and Winter Wheat on Eastern Idaho Dryland. University of Idaho Current Information Series No. 440. University of Idaho College of Agriculture. 2 pp.


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Soil testing is recommended to determine the amount of nitrogen released during fallow or carried over from previous applications. This information on available soil nitrogen together with soil profile moisture conditions will help you make better decisions on nitrogen fertilization. You may also base nitrogen fertilization recommendations on long-term average wheat yield and protein concentrations from each field. This approach averages the longterm effects of average stored soil moisture, soil nitrogen fertility and cropping management practices. Soil tests will help you determine phosphorus and sulfur fertilization needs as well. These recommendations assume good management in such practices as using recommended varieties, tillage, control of weeds and control of other pests.

Item Type: Technical Bulletin
NWISRL Publication Number: 0428
Subjects: Dryland crops > Small grain
Soil > Amendments > Fertilizer
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Depositing User: Dan Stieneke
Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2010 21:58
Last Modified: 27 Oct 2016 15:23
Item ID: 1161

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