NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT CODE 590 MONTANA CONSERVATION PRACTICE SPECIFICATION / JOB SHEET

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1 NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (ACRE) Job Sheet MT590-1 MONTANA CONSERVATION PRACTICE SPECIFICATION / JOB SHEET UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE MT-ECS-590A NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE REV 02/2004 NUTRIENT INVENTORY PRODUCER: PLANNING DATE: YEAR TRACT FIELD SOIL TEXTURE CROP YIELD GOAL ORGANIC MATTER % ph PREVIOUS CROP YIELD SOIL TEST K PPM SOIL TEST P PPM NO 3 P 2 O 5 K 2 O (lbs. / acre) << M.S.U. Extension Service Fertilizer Recommendations 1 ( ) Nitrate Nitrogen Credit 2 lbs./ac. (soil test) ( ) Mineralization (O.M.) lbs./ac. ( ) 1st Year Legume N Credit lbs./ac. ( ) 2nd Year Legume N Credit lbs./ac. ( ) 1st Year Manure Credit, lbs./ac. Crop Year 3 ( ) 2nd Year Manure Credit, lbs./ac. Crop Year 4 ( ) 3rd Year Manure Credit, lbs./ac. Crop Year 4 ( ) Irrigation Water Nitrogen Credit 5 PPM Nitrate Net Acre Inches Applied per Season Supplemental Nutrient Needs 6 1 From Fertilizer Guidelines for Montana, Montana State University, Extension Service EB From soil test analysis (NO 3 ). 3 Credit nutrients to the appropriate crop year. (i.e., plan developed in January 1998 calling for spring and fall applications would not credit the fall 1998 application to the 1998 crop year. However, nutrients provided by fall 1997 application, if known, would be credited on this line). 4 Values from Manure Nitrogen Crediting, Form MT-CPA PPM Nitrate N x Acre Inches Applied x Amount of nutrients needed from inorganic or organic fertilizer (i.e., manure) February 2004

2 Job Sheet MT590-2 NO INFORMATION

3 NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (ACRE) Job Sheet MT590-3 MONTANA CONSERVATION PRACTICE JOB SHEET UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE MT-ECS-590B NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE REV 02/2004 NUTRIENT BUDGET COOPERATOR: ASSISTED BY: FIELD(S): JOB CLASS DATE: PURPOSE (check all that apply) Budget & supply nutrients/amendments for plant production Utilize manure/organic materials as a nutrient source Minimize non-point source pollution (Water Quality) Maintain or improve soil condition TABLE 1. FIELD CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS CROP SEQUENCE / ROTATION & YIELD (circle current crop) CROP YIELD CROP YIELD CROP YIELD CROP YIELD CROP YIELD CURRENT SOIL TEST LEVELS (PPM) NO 3 P K ph O.M.% E.C. SAR RECOMMENDED NUTRIENTS TO MEET YIELDS NO 3 P 2 O 5 K 2 O ph TABLE 2. NUTRIENT SOURCES N 3 P 2 O 5 K 2 O CREDITS POUNDS PER ACRE POUNDS PER ACRE POUNDS PER ACRE 1. Nitrogen credits from previous crop or legume 2. Residual from long-term manure application 3. Irrigation water 4. Other (mulch, rainwater, O.M., etc.) 5. TOTAL CREDITS 0 0 PLANT AVAILABLE NUTRIENTS APPLIED TO FIELD BUDGET ADJUST. BUDGET ADJUST. BUDGET ADJUST. 6. Credits (from Row 5, above) 7. Fertilizer Starter Other (Commercial, etc.) 8. Manure / Organic Materials 9. SUBTOTAL (SUM OF LINES 6, 7, and 8) 10. NUTRIENTS RECOMMENDED FOR YIELD 11. Nutrient Status (subtract line 10 from line 9) 12. Additional N Needed to Offset Tie-up (MT590) ENTER TOTAL LBS. RESIDUE Additional N Added for Soil Quality Purposes Total Crop Nutrient Application February 2004

4 Job Sheet MT590-4 NO INFORMATION

5 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE MT-ECS-590C NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE 07/02 NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (ACRE) MONTANA CONSERVATION PRACTICE JOB SHEET FIELD SPECIFIC NUTRIENT APPLICATION PLAN PRODUCER TRACT NO. FIELD NO. DATE PLANNER APPROVAL MANURE JOB APPROVAL AUTHORITY RECOMMENDED TIMING YEAR FIELD(S) CROP SPREADABLE SEASON INCORPORATION RECOMMENDED RATE NUTRIENTS APPLIED ACRES 1 FALL, SPRING, <12 hrs, <4 days, 1,000 gal / ac / yr. AT SELECTED RATE FALL AND SPRING, >4 days Tons / Ac / Yr. Lbs. / Ac / Yr. OTHER NO 3 P 2 O 5 K 2 O FERTILIZER RECOMMENDED TIMING AND AMOUNT OF NUTRIENTS (LB./AC.) 2 NUTRIENTS APPLIED AT SELECTED RATE YEAR FIELD(S) CROP ACRES PRE-PLANT PLANTING: Lbs. / Ac / Yr. (SPRING, FALL) AMOUNT STARTER AMOUNT SIDEDRESS AMOUNT NO 3 P 2 O 5 K 2 O 1 2 Spreadable acres are less than total acres if waterways and other concentrated flow areas exist (no manure application zone). From Nutrient Budget Job Sheet, MT-ECS-590B, 07/2002. CERTIFICATION STATEMENT: I hereby certify that this practice has been installed in accordance with NRCS standards and specifications. NRCS Conservationist JOB APPROVAL AUTHORITY Date Date Job Sheet MT-590-5

6 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE MT-ECS-590C-2 NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE 07/02 NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (ACRE) MONTANA CONSERVATION PRACTICE JOB SHEET FIELD SPECIFIC NUTRIENT APPLICATION PLAN Job Sheet MT FERTILIZER RECOMMENDED TIMING AND AMOUNT OF NUTRIENTS (LB./AC.) 2 NUTRIENTS APPLIED AT SELECTED RATE YEAR FIELD(S) CROP ACRES PRE-PLANT PLANTING: Lbs. / Ac / Yr. (SPRING, FALL) AMOUNT STARTER AMOUNT SIDEDRESS AMOUNT NO 3 P 2 O 5 K 2 O

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