University of Maryland Extension

nutrient management

Maryland Farm Bureau, Inc. 8930 Liberty Road, Randallstown, MD 21133 • (410) 922-3426 PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release For more information contact: May 8, 2013 Valerie Connelly (410)922-3426 In...

Pre-Sidedress Soil Nitrate Testing: Crucial for Corn!

Leaves of a corn plant
When growing corn grain or corn silage, soil nitrogen levels are very important for crop health and yields. Fertilizer recommendations, generated for a field that had a previous forage legume crop or manure application, assume a significant nitrogen contribution from the previous crop or manure...

Nutrient Management Plan Update Sessions

Monday, Feb. 3, 2014 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Charles County UME office
Nutrient Management Plan Update Sessions Please bring with you to the session (1) an electronic file of your previous nutrient management plan if availiable, (2) current soil analyses (less than 3 years old), (3) current manure analysis (less than 1 year old), (4) farm maps and (5) knowledge of...

Lawn Fertilizer Management Training

Tuesday, May. 28, 2013 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
Chesapeake College - Todd Performing Arts Center
Lawn Fertilizer Management Training May 28th, 10am - 3pm at Chesapeake College- Todd Performing Arts Center "Learn how to have a green lawn AND a healthy bay!" Join Dr. Gary Felton, University of Maryland Associate Professor and Extension Nutrient Management Specialist, as he presents training for...

Nutrient Management Planning Tools Handbook

What is a Nutrient Management Plan? A nutrient management plan is a formal document that balances crop nutrient needs with nutrients that are applied in the form of commercial fertilizer, animal manure, or biosolids. A plan contains: soil test results manure and biosolids analyses (where applicable...

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