Crop Fertilization Based on North Carolina Soil Tests
|Part IV: Resource Information|
|This section contains nineteen tables that provide quick reference for
Table 4.1. Agricultural dealers that cater to farmers are most likely to have these fertilizers in stock. These grades may not be available at local discount stores or garden centers. Therefore, growers may need to substitute equivalent fertilizers. Table 4.2 provides some substitutions for commonly recommended fertilizer materials.
|Hardy DH, Tucker MR, Stokes CE. 2014. Crop fertilization based on North Carolina soil tests. Raleigh (NC): North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Agronomic Division. Circular No. 1.|