How to Convert Liquid Fertilizer into Dry Fertilizer in Fertigation for Commercial Vegetable and Fruit Crop Production (HS1200/HS1200)

 Figure 3.  A 3-3-3 liquid fertilizer label. In recent years, more and more liquid fertilizers have been used in vegetable and fruit production. Typically, UF/IFAS recommendations are expressed as pounds per acre or kilograms per hectare. Thus, conversion either from a dry fertilizer basis (the UF/IFAS recommendation) to a liquid fertilizer basis, or from a liquid fertilizer source to the UF/IFAS recommended nutrient rate is often required for correct application rate. This 5-page fact sheet helps growers understand the conversion method from liquid to dry fertilizer. Written by Guodong Liu, David Sui, and Gary K. England, and published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, April 2012.

HS765/MG367 Sustainability Assessment of Fruit and Nut Crops in North Florida and North Central Florida

Revised! HS-765, an 18-page illustrated article by Peter C. Andersen, Jeffrey G. Williamson, and Timothy E. Crocker, summarizes the degree of adaptation of deciduous fruit and nut species in Florida and identifies cultivars that are recommended for trial in various locations in Florida. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, September 2009.

FC23/MG248 Dooryard Fruit Varieties

Revised! FC-23, an 8-page illustrated fact sheet by J.G. Williamson, J.H. Crane and R.E. Rouse, discusses considerations of weather, and provides tables of recommended deciduous, citrus, and tropical and subtropical fruit varieties for planting in Florida in north, central, and south Florida growing regions. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, June 2009.

CIR1221/MG366 Deciduous Fruit for the Home Garden in Central Florida

Revised! Circular 1221, an 18-page ullustrated circular by T. E. Crocker, A. J. Rose, J.G. Williamson and P.C. Andersen, describes the various types of orchard fruits, their suitability to the Florida home orchard, and the process involved in raising a home orchard. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, May 2009.