17beta-Estradiol and testosterone in drainage and runoff from poultry litter applications to tilled and no-till crop land under irrigation.

@article{Jenkins200917betaEstradiolAT,
  title={17beta-Estradiol and testosterone in drainage and runoff from poultry litter applications to tilled and no-till crop land under irrigation.},
  author={Michael B. Jenkins and Dinku M. Endale and Harry H. Schomberg and Peter G. Hartel and M de Los {\'A}ngeles Cabrera},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2009},
  volume={90 8},
  pages={2659-64}
}
Thirteen million [corrected] metric tons of poultry litter are produced annually by poultry producers in the U.S. Poultry litter contains the sex hormones estradiol and testosterone, endocrine disruptors that have been detected in surface waters. The objective of this study was to evaluate the potential impact of poultry litter applications on estradiol and testosterone concentrations in subsurface drainage and surface runoff in irrigated crop land under no-till and conventional-till management… CONTINUE READING

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