Although DAFWA has tried to obtain and collate accurate and detailed information about fertilisers from different manufacturers, the information contained in a columns for micro-nutrients may be incomplete due to some manufacturers not disclosing the amount in their product. Often different fertilisers are mixed together as a ‘stock’ solution providing the required nutrients in the correct ratios. Calculate the Nutrient Content of Your Fertilizer. After pressing Submit for approval, you have the option to upload a picture of a fertiliser label so the reference can be checked prior to adding the fertiliser to the database. Select recommendations in pounds per acre that are typical of agronomic crop recommendations or in pounds per 1000 square feet that are typical of homeowners … Once you have finished entering all the fertiliser applications, press Close to save the planting and View to save and see a summary of the information entered. Fertilisers containing macro- and/or micro-nutrients are applied to maximise economic yield of commercial crops. This tab allows development of more detailed and personalised fertiliser schedules. Commercial crops usually require nutrients in addition to those found in the soil. Larger amounts of the macro-nutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca) and sulphur (S) are required compared with levels of micro-nutrients including zinc (Zn), iron (Fe), boron (B), manganese (Mn), molybdenum (Mo), copper (Cu) and chlorine (Cl). Press Calculate for the nutrient content of the fertiliser applied. "Fertilizer Mixing Calculators" can provide convenient to calculate the proportion of Urea (46-0-0), DAP (18-46-0) and MOP (0-0-60) for mix to any formula of fertilizer. Fertilizer Calculator Spreadsheet “Updated” Published on April 18, 2011 June 13, 2017 by craig.saxe. For a custom product not in the list provided, enter the nutrient content from the label on the fertiliser bag or material safety data sheet (MSDS). If irrigation is well controlled, fertigation can be an efficient and effective method of supplying fertilisers to crops. Farmuino is a tool for farm management. To help make the Fertiliser Calculator more comprehensive for other farmers, tick the box Submit for approval before pressing the Add button below. Press the Upload button to load the photo to the system. Specify if it is a liquid or solid product by using the drop down menu under ‘Form’. For actual solubility, contact the manufacturer for details. If there is more than one application, you can use the Copy to previous (↑ button). At the bottom of the page is a summary for the full program entered. Select the location in which the picture is saved by pressing the Browse button and highlighting the file. The amount for the area of the crop and the amount as a rate per hectare are displayed in the summary for each week and as a total for the planting. Amphur Maung Amnat-Charoen The price entered will not be included as this may be different for each user. I release DAFWA from all such liability. A Dashboard tab is made visable when a DAFWA login is obtained. Once you have added a product into application one, you have the option to copy that product (at the same rate) to the next application or all applications via the Copy to next (↓ button) and Copy to all buttons. A list of products added appears at the bottom of the page. The calculator ranks various fertilizer combinations, with the best getting the highest score. Thailand 37000, CropIn Technology Solutions Private Limited, Cookies help us deliver our services. Enter the start and end date of the fertiliser applications. Once  you have finished adding products, press the Done button and the products will appear in the My Shed section. Products in the Shed can be used in the crop planting tab to quickly create a fertiliser program based on the number of applications per crop (useful for broadacre and perennial crops) or, for vegetable crops, the number of applications per week based on a start/planting date and likely harvest date. This Fertiliser Calculator compares the nutrient content of more than 1500 commercially-available fertilisers. Fertiliser is generally less soluble at lower water temperatures and more soluble at higher temperatures. The amount of fertiliser applied, nutrient content and cost of fertiliser all contribute to the performance of the crop and may alter profitability. This button appears from the second application. Fertilisers are not all equally soluble and solubility may change with the temperature of the water they are being mixed in and other nutrients in the solution. To add a fertiliser from the existing list: To convert these to single elements K, P, Ca and Mg, multiply: Enter your cost and a unit of that cost in kilograms (kg) or tonnes (t) for solid or prilled fertiliser, or litres (L) for liquid fertiliser.