The vision of the Cornell University's Nutrient Management Spear Program is to assess current knowledge, identify research and educational needs, conduct applied, field and laboratory-based research, facilitate technology and knowledge transfer, and aid in the on-farm implementation of beneficial strategies for field crop nutrient management, including timely
application of organic and inorganic nutrient sources to improve profitability and competitiveness of New York State farms while protecting the environment. For more information about our program activities see our
- New York P Index Survey: What Caused Impressive Improvements in the New York State Phosphorus Balance?
- Whole Farm Nutrient Mass Balances in Summary; Feasible Whole Farm Nutrient Mass Balances; Change in Nutrient Mass Balances over Time for 54 New York Dairy Farms; Trends in Nutrient Mass Balances on Four New York Dairy Farms.
- Northeast Region Certified Crop Adviser (NRCCA) Performance Objectives.
- Northeast Region Certified Crop Adviser (NRCCA) Manual: Pest Management; Crop Management; Soil & Water Management; Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management.