How Much Fertilizer Per Acre?

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The amount of fertilizer per acre has a rule of thumb to follow. This rule of thumb is the 16-8-8 fertilizer per acre of land.
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1. Multiply the acreage of your property by 43,560 to determine the square footage. Most bags of fertilizer offer measurements and dosing ratios based on square feet, so converting
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There is no way to reasonably answer this question without knowing the cropping history of the field, the soil types present, how much and what kind of fertilizer has been added in
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Hi Jim; Again; Sugar is NOT a fertilizer, nor is it a weed killer. There are beneficial microbes that enrich the soil. fertilizers. weed killers and some other chemicals commonly
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The cost of fertilizer vary's greatly depending on where you buy
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