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RECENT & REVISED PUBLICATIONS

Potassium Fertilizer Recommendations for Sugarcane on Florida Mineral Soils

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

This publication is intended primarily for Florida sugarcane growers, but it may also be useful to researchers and others interested in sugarcane nutrition. It presents potassium fertilizer recommendations for Florida mineral soils and supporting information. Written by J. Mabry McCray, and published by the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, September 2022.
Released On: 09-13-2022

Phosphorus Fertilizer Recommendations for Sugarcane on Florida Mineral Soils

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

This presents phosphorus fertilizer recommendations for sugarcane produced for sugar on Florida mineral soils along with supporting information. Written by J. Mabry McCray, and published by the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, August 2022.
Released On: 09-07-2022

La Mancha Foliar Bacteriana: Un Enemigo Impredecible para la Industria de la Lechuga de Florida

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

Este artículo describe las prácticas de manejo de cultivo requeridas para la producción de lechuga de campo en Florida y para ayudar a los productores a tomar decisiones de manejo que ayudarán a controlar la mancha bacteriana de la lechuga. A translation of HS1412, by Byron Manzanero, Germán Sandoya, and D. C. Odero; published by the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department; 4 pp.
Released On: 09-06-2022

Calcium Silicate Recommendations for Sugarcane on Florida Mineral Soils

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

The publication presents recommendations for calcium silicate application for sugarcane grown on Florida mineral soils along with supporting information. Written by J. Mabry McCray, and published by the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, August 2022.
Released On: 08-23-2022

Plant Essential Nutrients and Their Role

Critical Issue: Agricultural and Food Systems

The purpose of this publication is to inform Extension agents, consultants, and farmers about plant essential nutrients, benefits, and deficiency symptoms. This publication provides a whole plant picture with deficiency symptoms for each nutrient and the location of those symptoms on the plant. Written by Lakesh K. Sharma, J. Mabry McCray, and Kelly Morgan, and published by the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, May 2022.
Released On: 05-15-2022