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The nutrient values referenced by the Crop Nutrient Tool have been compiled from the sources below.

Source

Attribute

Albrecht, K.A. 2000. Personal communication. K.A. Albrecht, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. <kaalbrec@facstaff.wis.edu >

DryMatter-Moisture

Ensminger, M.E., J.E. Oldfield, and W.W. Heinemann. 1990. Feeds and Nutrition, 2nd edition. The Ensminger Publishing Co., Clovis, CA.

DryMatter-Moisture

Estimate 1. The value for sunflower (Helianthus annuus) stover dry matter % was estimated from the values for corn (Zea mays ssp. mays) stover.

DryMatter-Moisture

Estimate 2. The value for flat pea (Lathyrus sylvestris) silage dry matter % was estimated from the value for field pea (Pisum sativum) silage.

DryMatter-Moisture

Estimate 3. The value for tobacco-air cured, Havana Seed type (Nicotiana tabacum) dry matter % was estimated from the values for tobacco-air cured, Burley type and tobacco-air cured, Maryland Broadleaf type.

DryMatter-Moisture

Estimate 4. The value for mustard (Brassica sp.) hay dry matter % was estimated from the value of rape (Brassica sp.) hay: source; Atlas of Nutritional Data on United States and Canadian Feeds abbreviation, 1971.

DryMatter-Moisture

Estimate 5. The value of alfalfa (Medicago sativa) silage dry matter % was estimated from the value of alfalfa for green chop at early bloom.

DryMatter-Moisture

Estimate 6. The value of wildrice (Zizania palustris) straw dry matter % was estimated from the value of rice (Oryza sativa) straw.

DryMatter-Moisture

Fonnesback, P.V., H. Lloyd, R. Obray, and S. Romesburg. 1984. IFI Tables of Feed Conversion, International Feedstuffs Institute, Utah Agricultural Experimentation Station.

DryMatter-Moisture

Grombacher, R.A. and L.A. Everett. 1997. Breeding wild rice. In J. Jamick (ed.) Plant breeding reviews. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

DryMatter-Moisture

Howard, F.D., J.H. MacGillivray, and M. Yamaguchi. 1962. Nutrient Composition of Fresh California Grown Vegetables. California Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 788, California Department of Agriculture.

DryMatter-Moisture

Martin, J.H. and W.H. Leonard. 1967. Principles of field crop production. 2nd ed. The Macmillan Co. London.

DryMatter-Moisture

Meisinger, J.J. and G.W. Randall. 1991. Estimating nitrogen budgets for soil-crop systems. In R.F. Follett, D.R. Keeney and R.M. Cruse (ed.) Managing nitrogen for groundwater quality and farm profitability. SSSA, Madison, WI.

DryMatter-Moisture

Morrison, F.B. 1959. Feeds and Feeding: A Handbook for Student and Stockman. The Morrison Publishing Co., Ithaca, New York.

DryMatter-Moisture

National Research Council. 1971. Atlas of Nutritional Data on United States and Canadian Feeds. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

DryMatter-Moisture

Sundara, B. 1994. Phosphorus efficiency of sugarcane in a tropical alfisol. Fertilizer Research 39: 83-88.

DryMatter-Moisture

U.S.D.A., Human Information Service, Consumer Nutrition Center, 1982.Composition of Foods, Fruits and Fruit Juices, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-9. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

DryMatter-Moisture

U.S.D.A., Human Nutrition Information Service, Nutrition Monitoring Division. 1984. Composition of Foods, Nut, and Seed Products, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-12. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

DryMatter-Moisture

Albrecht, K.A. 2000. Personal communication. K.A. Albrecht, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. <kaalbrec@facstaff.wis.edu >

Nitrogen

Andreis, H.J. 1975. Macro and micro nutrient content of millable Florida sugarcane. Sugar J. 37: 10-12.

Nitrogen

Archibold, O.W. 1991. Straw residues in wild rice (Zizania palustris) stands in northern Saskatchewan. Can. J. Plant Sci. 71: 337-345.

Nitrogen

Bishnoi, U.R., and J.L. Huges. 1979. Agronomic performance and protein content of fall-planted triticale, wheat, and rye. Agron. J. 71:359-360.

Nitrogen

Brejda, J.J., J.R. Brown, T.E. Lorenz, J. Henry, J.L. Reid, and S.R. Lowry. 1996. Eastern gamagrass responses to different harvest intervals and nitrogen rates in northern Missouri. J. Prod. Agric. 9: 130-135.

Nitrogen

Bruckner. P.L., 1998. Nitrogen effects on triticale, amino acid composition, and feed nutritional quality for swine. J. Prod. Agric. 11:180-184.

Nitrogen

Burns, J.C. 1996. Quality of eastern gamagrass compared with switchgrass and flaccidgrass when preserved as hay. Postharvest Biology and Technology 7: 261-269.

Nitrogen

Chapko, L.B., M.A. Brinkman, and K.A. Albrecht. 1991. Oat, oat-pea, barley, and barley-pea for forage yield, forage quality, and alfalfa establishment. J. Prod. Agric. 4: 486-491.

Nitrogen

Coale, F.J., C.A. Snachez, F.T. Izuno, and A.B. Bottcher. 1993. Nutrient accumulation and removal by sugarcane grown on everglades histosols. Agron. J. 85: 310-315.

Nitrogen

Coblentz, W.K., J.O. Fritz, W.H. Fick, R.C. Cochran, and J.E. Shirley. 1997. In situ dry matter, nitrogen, and fiber degradation of alfalfa, red clover, and eastern gamagrass at four maturities. J. Dairy Sci. 81: 150-161.

Nitrogen

Collins, W.K., G.L. Jones, J.A. Weybrew, and D.F. Matzinger. 1961. Comparative chemical and physical composition of flue-cured tobacco varieties. Crop Sci. 1: 407-411.

Nitrogen

Ensminger, M.E., J.E. Oldfield, and W.W. Heinemann. 1990. Feeds and Nutrition, 2nd edition. The Ensminger Publishing Co., Clovis, CA.

Nitrogen

Feil, B., and D. Fossati. 1995. Mineral composition of triticale grains as related to grain yield and grain protein. Crop Sci. 35: 1426-1431.

Nitrogen

Flores. M.P, J.I.R. Castanon, and J.M. McNab. 1994. Nutritive of triticale fed to cockerels and chicks. British Poultry Sci. 35: 527-536.

Nitrogen

Fonnesback, P.V., H. Lloyd, R. Obray, and S. Romesburg. 1984. IFI Tables of Feed Conversion, International Feedstuffs Institute, Utah Agricultural Experimentation Station.

Nitrogen

Foster, J.G. K.E. Turner, C.L.Ernst, and A.L.Ernst. 1996. Performance of feeder cattle offered a diet containing early-bloom stage flatpea silage. J. Prod. Agric. 9: 415-418.

Nitrogen

Garcia del Moral, L.F., A. Boujenna, J.A. Yanez, and J.M. Ramos. 1995. Forage production, grain yield, and protein content in dual-purpose triticale grown for both grain and forage. Agron. J. 87: 902-908.

Nitrogen

Golden, L.E. 1983. The effects of selected elements in fertilizers on the uptake of these elements by sugarcane. J. Amer. Soc. Sugar Cane Technologists. 2: 22-28.

Nitrogen

Golden, L.E., and R. Ricaud. 1963. The nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contents of sugarcane in Louisiana. Louisiana Agric. Exp. Sta. Bulletin 574.

Nitrogen

Heger, J. 1991. The nutritional value of some high-yielding cultivars of triticale. J. Cereal Sci. 14: 63-71.

Nitrogen

Hill, G.M., P.R. Utley, R.N. Gates, W.W. Hanna, and J.C. Johnson. 2000. Pearl millet silage for growing beef heifers and steers. J. Prod. Agric. 12: 653-658.

Nitrogen

Howard, F.D., J.H. MacGillivray, and M. Yamaguchi. 1962. Nutrient Composition of Fresh California Grown Vegetables. California Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 788, California Department of Agriculture.

Nitrogen

Martin, J.H. and W.H. Leonard. 1967. Principles of field crop production. 2nd ed. The Macmillan Co. London.

Nitrogen

Meisinger, J.J. and G.W. Randall. 1991. Estimating nitrogen budgets for soil-crop systems. In R.F. Follett, D.R. Keeney and R.M. Cruse (ed.) Managing nitrogen for groundwater quality and farm profitability. SSSA, Madison, WI.

Nitrogen

Morrison, F.B. 1959. Feeds and Feeding: A Handbook for Student and Stockman. The Morrison Publishing Co., Ithaca, New York.

Nitrogen

National Research Council. 1971. Atlas of Nutritional Data on United States and Canadian Feeds. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

Nitrogen

Peterson, L.A. 1968. Nitrate accumulation in tobacco leaves in relation to N, P, and K concentrations. Agron. J. 60: 26-29.

Nitrogen

Robinson, R.G. 1970. Sunflower date of planting and chemical composition at various growth stages. Agron. J. 62: 665-666.

Nitrogen

Robinson, R.G. 1973. Elemental composition and response to nitrogen of sunflower and corn. Agron. J. 65: 318-320.

Nitrogen

Swain, E.W., H.L. Wang, and C.W. Hesseltine. 1978. Note on vitamins and minerals of wild rice. Cereal Chem. 55: 412-414.

Nitrogen

U.S.D.A., Human Information Service, Consumer Nutrition Center, 1982.Composition of Foods, Fruits and Fruit Juices, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-9. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Nitrogen

U.S.D.A., Human Nutrition Information Service, Nutrition Monitoring Division. 1984. Composition of Foods, Nut, and Seed Products, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-12. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Nitrogen

Woltz, W.G., W.A. Reid, and W.E. Colwell. 1948. Sugar and nicotine in cured bright tobacco as related to mineral element composition. Soil Sci. Soc. Proc. 13: 385-387.

Nitrogen

Albrecht, K.A. 2000. Personal communication. K.A. Albrecht, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. <kaalbrec@facstaff.wis.edu >

Phosphorus

Andreis, H.J. 1975. Macro and micro nutrient content of millable Florida sugarcane. Sugar J. 37: 10-12.

Phosphorus

Archibold, O.W. 1991. Straw residues in wild rice (Zizania palustris) stands in northern Saskatchewan. Can. J. Plant Sci. 71: 337-345.

Phosphorus

Coale, F.J., C.A. Snachez, F.T. Izuno, and A.B. Bottcher. 1993. Nutrient accumulation and removal by sugarcane grown on everglades histosols. Agron. J. 85: 310-315.

Phosphorus

Collins, W.K., G.L. Jones, J.A. Weybrew, and D.F. Matzinger. 1961. Comparative chemical and physical composition of flue-cured tobacco varieties. Crop Sci. 1: 407-411.

Phosphorus

Ensminger, M.E., J.E. Oldfield, and W.W. Heinemann. 1990. Feeds and Nutrition, 2nd edition. The Ensminger Publishing Co., Clovis, CA.

Phosphorus

Fonnesback, P.V., H. Lloyd, R. Obray, and S. Romesburg. 1984. IFI Tables of Feed Conversion, International Feedstuffs Institute, Utah Agricultural Experimentation Station.

Phosphorus

Foster, J.G. K.E. Turner, C.L.Ernst, and A.L.Ernst. 1996. Performance of feeder cattle offered a diet containing early-bloom stage flatpea silage. J. Prod. Agric. 9: 415-418.

Phosphorus

Golden, L.E. 1983. The effects of selected elements in fertilizers on the uptake of these elements by sugarcane. J. Amer. Soc. Sugar Cane Technologists. 2: 22-28.

Phosphorus

Golden, L.E., and R. Ricaud. 1963. The nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contents of sugarcane in Louisiana. Louisiana Agric. Exp. Sta. Bulletin 574.

Phosphorus

Howard, F.D., J.H. MacGillivray, and M. Yamaguchi. 1962. Nutrient Composition of Fresh California Grown Vegetables. California Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 788, California Department of Agriculture.

Phosphorus

Lorenz, O.A. and M.T. Vittum. 1980. Phosphorus nutrition of vegetable crops and sugar beets. In F.E. Khasawneh et al. (ed.) The role of phosphorus in agriculture. ASA, Madison, WI.

Phosphorus

Martin, J.H. and W.H. Leonard. 1967. Principles of field crop production. 2nd ed. The Macmillan Co. London.

Phosphorus

Morrison, F.B. 1959. Feeds and Feeding: A Handbook for Student and Stockman. The Morrison Publishing Co., Ithaca, New York.

Phosphorus

National Research Council. 1971. Atlas of Nutritional Data on United States and Canadian Feeds. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

Phosphorus

Peterson, L.A. 1968. Nitrate accumulation in tobacco leaves in relation to N, P, and K concentrations. Agron. J. 60: 26-29.

Phosphorus

Reid, R.L., A.J. Post, and G.A. Jung. 1970. Mineral composition of forages. West Virginia Agri. Exp. Stn. Bull. 589T.

Phosphorus

Robinson, R.G. 1970. Sunflower date of planting and chemical composition at various growth stages. Agron. J. 62: 665-666.

Phosphorus

Robinson, R.G. 1973. Elemental composition and response to nitrogen of sunflower and corn. Agron. J. 65: 318-320.

Phosphorus

Sims, J.L., K.L. Wells, D.C. Ditsch, and J.D. Clark. 1997. Response of burley tobacco to banded fertilizer and in-row subsoiling. Communications in soil and plant analysis 28: 469-481.

Phosphorus

Swain, E.W., H.L. Wang, and C.W. Hesseltine. 1978. Note on vitamins and minerals of wild rice. Cereal Chem. 55: 412-414.

Phosphorus

U.S.D.A., Human Information Service, Consumer Nutrition Center, 1982.Composition of Foods, Fruits and Fruit Juices, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-9. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Phosphorus

U.S.D.A., Human Nutrition Information Service, Nutrition Monitoring Division. 1984. Composition of Foods, Nut, and Seed Products, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-12. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Phosphorus

Woltz, W.G., W.A. Reid, and W.E. Colwell. 1948. Sugar and nicotine in cured bright tobacco as related to mineral element composition. Soil Sci. Soc. Proc. 13: 385-387.

Phosphorus

Albrecht, K.A. 2000. Personal communication. K.A. Albrecht, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison. <kaalbrec@facstaff.wis.edu >

Potassium

Andreis, H.J. 1975. Macro and micro nutrient content of millable Florida sugarcane. Sugar J. 37: 10-12.

Potassium

Archibold, O.W. 1991. Straw residues in wild rice (Zizania palustris) stands in northern Saskatchewan. Can. J. Plant Sci. 71: 337-345.

Potassium

Coale, F.J., C.A. Snachez, F.T. Izuno, and A.B. Bottcher. 1993. Nutrient accumulation and removal by sugarcane grown on everglades histosols. Agron. J. 85: 310-315.

Potassium

Collins, W.K., G.L. Jones, J.A. Weybrew, and D.F. Matzinger. 1961. Comparative chemical and physical composition of flue-cured tobacco varieties. Crop Sci. 1: 407-411.

Potassium

Ensminger, M.E., J.E. Oldfield, and W.W. Heinemann. 1990. Feeds and Nutrition, 2nd edition. The Ensminger Publishing Co., Clovis, CA.

Potassium

Fonnesback, P.V., H. Lloyd, R. Obray, and S. Romesburg. 1984. IFI Tables of Feed Conversion, International Feedstuffs Institute, Utah Agricultural Experimentation Station.

Potassium

Foster, J.G. K.E. Turner, C.L.Ernst, and A.L.Ernst. 1996. Performance of feeder cattle offered a diet containing early-bloom stage flatpea silage. J. Prod. Agric. 9: 415-418.

Potassium

Golden, L.E. 1983. The effects of selected elements in fertilizers on the uptake of these elements by sugarcane. J. Amer. Soc. Sugar Cane Technologists. 2: 22-28.

Potassium

Golden, L.E., and R. Ricaud. 1963. The nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contents of sugarcane in Louisiana. Louisiana Agric. Exp. Sta. Bulletin 574.

Potassium

Howard, F.D., J.H. MacGillivray, and M. Yamaguchi. 1962. Nutrient Composition of Fresh California Grown Vegetables. California Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 788, California Department of Agriculture.

Potassium

Morrison, F.B. 1959. Feeds and Feeding: A Handbook for Student and Stockman. The Morrison Publishing Co., Ithaca, New York.

Potassium

National Research Council. 1971. Atlas of Nutritional Data on United States and Canadian Feeds. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

Potassium

Peterson, L.A. 1968. Nitrate accumulation in tobacco leaves in relation to N, P, and K concentrations. Agron. J. 60: 26-29.

Potassium

Reid, R.L., A.J. Post, and G.A. Jung. 1970. Mineral composition of forages. West Virginia Agri. Exp. Stn. Bull. 589T.

Potassium

Robinson, R.G. 1970. Sunflower date of planting and chemical composition at various growth stages. Agron. J. 62: 665-666.

Potassium

Robinson, R.G. 1973. Elemental composition and response to nitrogen of sunflower and corn. Agron. J. 65: 318-320.

Potassium

Sims, J.L., K.L. Wells, D.C. Ditsch, and J.D. Clark. 1997. Response of burley tobacco to banded fertilizer and in-row subsoiling. Communications in soil and plant analysis 28: 469-481.

Potassium

Swain, E.W., H.L. Wang, and C.W. Hesseltine. 1978. Note on vitamins and minerals of wild rice. Cereal Chem. 55: 412-414.

Potassium

U.S.D.A., Human Information Service, Consumer Nutrition Center, 1982.Composition of Foods, Fruits and Fruit Juices, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-9. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Potassium

U.S.D.A., Human Nutrition Information Service, Nutrition Monitoring Division. 1984. Composition of Foods, Nut, and Seed Products, Raw, Processed, Prepared. Ag. Handbook No. 8-12. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Potassium

Woltz, W.G., W.A. Reid, and W.E. Colwell. 1948. Sugar and nicotine in cured bright tobacco as related to mineral element composition. Soil Sci. Soc. Proc. 13: 385-387.

Potassium

Archibold, O.W. 1991. Straw residues in wild rice (Zizania palustris) stands in northern Saskatchewan. Can. J. Plant Sci. 71: 337-345.

YieldUnit

Atuahene-Amankwa, G. and T.E. Michaels. 1997. Genetic variances, heritabilities and genetic correlations of grain yield, harvest index and yield components for common bean (Phaselous vulgaris L.) in sole crop and in maize/bean intercrop. Canadian J. of P

YieldUnit

Bauder, J. Extension Soil and Water Quality Specialist, University of Montana. Personal communication.

YieldUnit

Guy, S.O, and R.M. Gareau. 1998. Crop rotation, residue, durability, and nitrogen fertilizer effects on winter wheat production. J. Prod. Agric. 11: 457-461.

YieldUnit

Johnson, B.L., K.R. McKay, A.A. Schneiter, B.K. Hanson, and B.G. Schatz. 1995. Influence of planting date on canola and crambe production. J. Prod. Agric. 8: 594-599.

YieldUnit

Johnson, W.C. and P. Gepts. 1999. Segregation for performance in recombinant inbreed populations resulting from inter-gene pool crosses of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Euphytica 106: 45-56.

YieldUnit

Mahalakshmi, V. 1991. Effect of drought stress during grain filling in near-isogenic tall and dwarf hybrids of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum). J. Agri. Sci. 116: 67-72.

YieldUnit

McPhee, K.E. 1999. Variation for biomass and residue production by dry pea. Field Crops Research 62: 203-212.

YieldUnit

Menendez, C.M., and A.E. Hall. 1996. Heritability of carbon isotope discrimination and correlations with harvest index in cowpea. Crop Sci. 36: 233-238.

YieldUnit

Roberts, S.R., J.E. Hill, D.M. Brandon, B.C. Miller, S.C. Scardaci, C.M. Wick, and J.F. Williams. 1993. Biological yield and harvest index in rice: nitrogen response of tall and semidwarf cultivars. J. Prod. Agric. 6: 585-588. (abbreviation Roberts)

YieldUnit

Schneider, K.A, R. Rosales-Serna, F. Ibarra-Perez, B. Cazares-Enriquez, J.A. Acosta-Gallagos, P. Ramirez-Vallejo, N. Wassimi, and J.D. Kelly. 1997. Improving common bean performance under drought stress. Crop Sci. 37: 43-50.

YieldUnit

Scully, B.T., and D.H. Wallace. 1990. Variation in and relationship of biomass, growth rate, harvest index, and phenology to yield of common bean. J. of the Amer. Soc. for Hort. Sci. 115: 218-225.

YieldUnit

Shanahan, J.F., R.L. Anderson, and B.W. Greb. 1988. Productive and water use of porso millet grown under three crop rotations in the central great plains. Agron. J. 80: 487-492.

YieldUnit

Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEEP) database.< http://topsoil.nserl.purdue.edu/weppmain/weppdoc/PlantSpecificParameters.html>

YieldUnit

Zimmermann, M.J.O., A.A. Rosielle, K.W. Foster, and JG. Waines. 1985. Gene action for grain yield and harvest index of common bean as sole crop and in intercrop with maize. Field Crops Research 4: 319-329.

YieldUnit