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Nutrient Management for Georgia Agriculture B 1185

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Removed as of Jul 3, 2012.

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A Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan (CNMP) is a strategy for making wise use of plant nutrients to enhance farm profits while protecting water resources. It is a plan that looks at every part of your farming operation and helps you find better ways to use manures, fertilizers and other nutrient sources. Successful nutrient management requires thorough planning and recognizes that every farm is different. The type of farming you do and the lay of your land will affect your CNMP. The best CNMP is one that is matched to the farming operation and the needs of the person implementing the plan.

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