Cranberries: A Nutrient Management Guide for South Coastal OregonRevised Jan 2015
Cranberry Production in the Pacific NorthwestRevised May 2002
Nitrogen for Bearing Cranberries in North AmericaPublished Jun 2000
Cranberry plants require proper amounts of certain chemical elements from air, water, and soil to ensure adequate vegetative growth and fruit production. Routine collection and analysis of tissue samples can detect low nutrient concentration before visible symptoms or yield reduction occurs. This information will help you decide if fertilizer is needed, and if so, how much and what kind to use.
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