Nutrient management manipulates "...the amount, source, placement, form, and timing of the application of plant nutrients and soil amendments" with the following goals: 1) Benefiting plant production; 2) Maintaining the physical, chemical, and biological condition of soil; and, 3) Reducing adverse environmental impacts.
From: Nutrient Management (NRCS Conservation Practice Standard No. 590).
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