University of Maryland Extension

Agricultural Nutrient Management Program

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anmp

Record Keeping Templates

Recordkeeping instructions and templates for small-scale fruit and vegetable growers

Liquid Fertilizer Densities

MDA: Common Liquid Fertilizer Weights Fluid Fertilizer Foundation: Fluid Fertilizer Densities

Nitrate not included on analyses

Q. Why isn’t nitrate included in the average manure composition table on the ANMP website? ( Posted March 16, 2018) A. Very few laboratories serving agricultural clientele analyze for nitrate in manure and other organic samples submitted to them, so we have insufficient data for reliable averages...

Manure Issues

Manure (Small Quantities) Manure Quantity Estimation for Organic Integrated Poultry Operators Manure (and Other Organic Materials) on Soybeans

Analyses With Problematic or Confusing Results

Q. Results occasionally come back on soil and manure/compost analyses that are confusing or potentially flawed. Where can I find examples of these types of analyses so I know when to contact the lab or how to enter the results? (Posted on March 2, 2018) A. See the Nutrient Management Planning Tools...

Analyses With Problematic or Confusing Results

Q. Results occasionally come back on soil and manure/compost analyses that are confusing or potentially flawed. Where can I find examples of these types of analyses so I know when to contact the lab or how to enter the results? (Posted on March 2, 2018) A. See the Nutrient Management Planning Tools...

Problematic Results and Flawed Analyses

Introduction: Results occasionally come back on soil and manure/compost analyses that are confusing or potentially flawed. The following examples, explanations, and resolutions should help provide guidance in some of the more common situations that arise. Examples and Resolutions: The following...

Regulations and Policy

MDA Nutrient Management Update 2017: Policy Changes (December 2017)

Setbacks for Nutrient Applications - Required Documentation

Q. Can I take client’s word that there are no streams or ponds on his operation that would require a setback for nutrient application? (posted 11-13-17) A. No. For each operation for which a plan is developed, nutrient management consultants must objectively determine if any surface water bodies (...

Maryland Department of the Environment Regulation

Q. I have a CAFO client who is transferring ownership from himself to an LLC. I have been asked to develop a nutrient management plan for the LLC. What else is required by the client to meet MDE’s requirements? (posted July 14, 2017) A. Requirements for transfer of ownership differ for those...

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