Silvertooth, Jeffrey C.
Norton, E. Randall
Abstract or Description:
Nitrogen (N) is the nutrient that is required most consistently and in larger amounts than other nutrients for cotton production. Common rates of fertilizer N applied in Arizona cotton production systems range from 50 to over 300 lbs N/acre. The management of fertilizer N is critical, both for insuring optimum cotton yields, and minimizing the potential for environmental contamination.
Revised 1/2011. Originally published: 2001.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
Plant Sciences, School of
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1243
Short URL: http://uacals.org/4xb