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Author Topic: Fertilizer calc  (Read 311 times)

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Offline Don P

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Fertilizer calc
« on: March 09, 2017, 10:45:45 pm »
I think I just got this loaded and working for our farmers market folks.
If it's up your alley give it a spin and see if it works for you.
 http://timbertoolbox.com/IFM/fertcalc.html

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Re: Fertilizer calc
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2017, 01:10:35 pm »
Thanks Don.

I've never been good at determining the quantity of fertilizer to apply to my pastures.  I'll have to check that out - looks like it will be beneficial.
Peterson 10" WPF with 65' of track
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Re: Fertilizer calc
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2017, 09:13:32 am »
Trying to break down an acreage recommendation to small garden size plots has always been tough for me, hopefully this will make it easier. Let me know if you see something to make it more user friendly.

we had a thread yesterday where someone was surprised Solubor is ok with an organic certification and I mentioned it's fine as long as the soils report is calling for boron. I just noticed that note is on the screenshots of our report here. Every state is different on their report from what I've seen. State does a good job.