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Supporting Documentation: Please note there is significant amount of documentation, references and corresponding research results that support the BMPs. This information is provided through a series of University of Minnesota Extension publications found on their Nitrogen Nutrient Management website.
Recommended BMPs For Corn:
Acceptable BMPs For Corn, But With Greater Risk:
Recommended BMPs For Sugarbeet Production:
Practices Not Recommended For Corn and Sugarbeet Production:
Nitrogen management practices for small grain production are provided below. For corn and sugarbeets, refer to practices for Southwestern and West Central Minnesota. For management practices on sandy soils, refer to the section titled “Coarse-Textured Soils”.
Recommended BMPs For Small Grains:
Acceptable BMPs For Small Grains, But With Greater Risk:
Practices Not Recommended:
Recommended BMPs For Corn and Edible Beans:
Acceptable BMPs, But With Greater Risk:
General Recommended BMPs For Irrigated Potatoes:
Specific BMPs for Mid to Late Season Varieties (Vines killed or green dug August 1 or later)
Option 1 – when fertigation is available:
Option 2 – for mid/late season varieties when fertigation is not available:
Specific Practices for Early Season Varieties (Vines killed or green dug before August 1)
Bruce Montgomery, Unit Supervisor
Fertilizer Management Unit
Pesticide & Fertilizer Management Division
Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), 625 Robert Street N, St. Paul, MN 55155-2538, firstname.lastname@example.org