PLANT  REPORT  CRANBERRY

This Report is for :  Example Copy                                         Lab # CP0000X
                              2323 Jackson Street                                 Sample I.D  abc
                              Oshkosh,  WI  54901                               Type of Soil : Peat/Sand
                                                                                              Type of Variety : Stevens
Date Received     Date Processed
mm-dd-yr            mm-dd-yr                      For questions contact :  Dr Akhtar Khwaja
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Crop Sampled     -Cranberry-              |            Stage of Growth      - Fruit Size -
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Element                           Symbol    Parameter  Content/Rating       Ratios
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Nitrogen N % 1.3            S N/P 11.82
Phosphorus P % 0.11          L K/P 7.73
Potassium K % 0.85          S N/K 1.53   Mg/K  0.18
Calcium Ca % 1.20          S Ca/P 10.91 Ca/K  1.41
Magnesium Mg % 0.15          L Ca/Mg   8.00 Ca+Mg/K 1.59
Sodium Na % 0.02
Sulfur S % 0.15          S N/S 8.67
Copper Cu ppm 12.00        L
Iron Fe ppm 785           E Fe/Mn 3.65
Manganese Mn ppm 215           S
Zinc Zn ppm 45.00        S
Boron B ppm 39.00        S
Aluminum Al ppm 265           S
Nitrate Nitrogen NO3-N ppm
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Recommendations and Comments:-
HIGH PHOSPHORUS IS NEEDED FOR BETTER BUD DEVELOPMENT. LOW COPPER WILL HAVE AN EFFECT ON BERRY QUALITY AND INCREASE FRUIT ROT. APPLY 300 LBS/ACRE 0-23-25 AND SPRAY WITH 2 LBS/ACRE WATER SOLUBLE COPPER SULFATE.

Definition Of Interpretation Readings           % Percentage         ppm  Parts Per Million
D/Deficient: Plants should be showing visible symptoms of nutritional deficiency such as stunted
                              growth.
L/Low:  Plants may be normal in appearance but probably will be responsive to fertilization
                       with this element.
S/Sufficient: Plants contain adequate amounts of this element for maximum yield and are normal
                        in appearance.
H/High: Optimum yields can  be expected and plants are normal in appearance. However
                        concentrations of this elements are higher that normally anticipated.
E/Excessive: Plants probably show symptoms of a nutritional disorder or stunted growth. Yields
                              may be reduced significantly.

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