Soil Management to Optimize Crop Production in Nebraska

pale corn plantNutrient Deficiencies

Plant symptoms can be used to differentiate and identify crop nutrient disorders. Symptoms of nutrient deficiency vary with variety, growing conditions, and plant age. Similar symptoms may be caused by other abiotic or biotic stresses. Use these symptom keys to help identify nutrient disorders observed in Nebraska corn and sorghum, soybean, or wheat and small grains.

For more information on these and related topics, also check the UNL Extension publication, Nutrient Management for Agronomic Crops in Nebraska, EC155, available online, or in soft cover through your local Extension office.

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Soil Test

University of Nebraska Department of Agronomy and Horticulture site for fertilizer recommendations:

Soil Test Nebraska website

Calculate fertilizer recommendations for all crops produced in Nebraska:

  1. Directly enter crop and soil test information, or,
  2. Upload files with test information from analytical laboratories.

Featured Pubs

UNL Publication:

Agricultural Nitrogen Management for Water Quality Protection in the Midwest: a Heartland Regional Water Coordination Publication. RP189
 

 

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