Nitrogen for bearing cranberries in North America Public Deposited

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  • Nitrogen application, either from commercial fertilizers such as ammonium sulfate or from organic sources such as fish waste, is essential for cranberry production. This publication addresses the amount, timing, and source of nitrogen (N) for bearing cranberry beds in North America. The information provided about the pathways of N in soil and the physiology of nitrogen use in cranberry plants will help you better understand fertilizer recommendations and adapt them to your situation. This publication focuses on producing beds. Fertilizer practices for new and young beds are quite different.
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