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EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS AND EVENTS

EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS

An Overview of Key Soil Nitrogen Cycling Transformations

Although nitrogen (N) is one of the most abundant elements in the biosphere, it is generally at levels that are limiting for optimum plant growth and crop production in Florida soils. To maintain adequate N levels in Florida soils without having detrimental environmental side effects, one must understand and manage N cycling transformations and processes. … Continue reading An Overview of Key Soil Nitrogen Cycling Transformations

Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, Third Edition

This update to 2007’s second edition adds information regarding nutrition of Florida citrus trees affected by huanglongbing (HLB), also known as citrus greening. Much of the guidance provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling, and irrigation scheduling is also effective for trees affected by HLB. However, research conducted since the … Continue reading Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, Third Edition

Sources and Transformations of Nitrogen in Urban Landscapes

With 80% of Florida’s residents living within 10 miles of the coast, Florida’s aquatic resources are directly affected by urbanization. The intent of this new 6-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Soil and Water Sciences is to describe the urban nitrogen cycle for a nontechnical audience. Ultimately, this document is intended for individuals working … Continue reading Sources and Transformations of Nitrogen in Urban Landscapes

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