North Dakota Fertilizer Recommendation: Tables and Equations

@inproceedings{Franzen2010NorthDF,
  title={North Dakota Fertilizer Recommendation: Tables and Equations},
  author={Dave Franzen},
  year={2010}
}
The most important reason for abandoning yield goal as a consideration in fertility recommendations is that the data from modern fertilizer rate trials indicate that a similar rate of nutrient results in the highest yield regardless of the maximum yield in any experiment. In other words, the rate of nutrient resulting in the highest yield in a low-yield environment was similar to the rate that resulted in the highest yield in a high-yield environment. 

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