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B. Use functional notation to express the percentage of maximum yield produced by 3 baules of nutrient, and calculate that value. c. The exact value of a baule depends on the nutrient in question. For nitrogen, 1 baule is 223 pounds per acre. What percentage of maximum yield will be produced if 500 pounds of nitrogen per acre is present? 18. Yield response to several growth factors: This is a continuation of Exercise 17. If more than one nutrient is considered, the formula for percentage of maximum yield is a bit more complex.
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