Testing for precise sugarbeet fertilization
AuthorsF. Jackson Hills
Robert L. Sailsbery
Authors AffiliationsF. Jackson Hills is Agronomist, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Davis; Robert L. Sailsbery is Farm Advisor, Glenn County; Albert Ulrich is Plant Physiologist, Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 34(6):19-20. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n06p19. June 1980.
A combination of soil testing and sugarbeet plant analysis makes it possible to apply just enough nitrogen to achieve maximum sugar yields without wasting fertilizer.
Hills F, Sailsbery R, Ulrich A. 1980. Testing for precise sugarbeet fertilization. Hilgardia 34(6):19-20. DOI:10.3733/ca.v034n06p19
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