Download Fertilizer Removal By Crop apk 2.0.1 free for Android smartphone

16 May
Fertilizer Removal By Crop

Posted by Ag PhD in Books & Reference | May 16, 2016 | 11 Comments

Apk file size: 6.9 MB

The Ag PhD Fertilizer Removal by Crop application is a great reference for you as you plan fertilizer applications on your farm. Simply select your crop and the desired yield for that crop, and you will be given the amount of vital crop nutrients that your desired yield will need. Results can be saved within the app and e-mailed to yourself or your agronomist for later reference.

Whats new

    - Corrected weight measurement labels

Ag PhD part of our Books & Reference and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update May 16, 2016. Google play rating is 80.3226. Current verison is 2.0.1. Actual size 6.9 MB.

Download fertilizer-removal-by-crop.apk 6.9 MB

11 Comments

Joshua Bailie

Awesome app for figuring crop needs! Definitely recommend! !

David Orwick

Ag PHD Great app easy to use and it's free. Gotta love that!

Ehsan Ullah

Extremely helpful.

Geoff Bruckner

Needs options for nutrients Conventions for nutrients naming/monitoring vary between countries. In Australia we generally track elemental P....not phosphate . It would been nice to been able to customise what is reported.

Jeremy Shank

Needs more specialty crops I would give this 5-stars if it had more specialty crops. Snap/Green Beans, Apples, Asparagus, Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Butternut Squash

zeeshan hayder

Status good It is very good software.. But it not depend on area and mention ton per how much area

Ben Klink

Tons? Yield goal by the ton is stupid. Old version used bushels, much easier. Fix!!!

fer

Great for the most part Some recent update has messed with the yield units. I can open up a crop, list the units will say "cwt" but when I email or save the crop, the units change to tons, but the nutrient numbers don't change. I'm sure there is a significant difference between 20 cwt and 20 tons for nutrient requirements. It makes reading actual requirements a bit difficult when you have to figure out what yield and units it's actually using.

Mark Peck

Fertilize needed With this I know just what to put on fields wish it gave micro nutrients for all crops

Justin Sangster

No decimal point Why is there no decimal point for partial units like there used to be.

druky dela cruz

Nice..thanks for this app

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