Nitrate leaching in two irrigated soils with different rates of cattle manure.

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Manure applied to irrigated land may potentially contaminate groundwater with NO3-N. An 8-yr field experiment was conducted in southern Alberta, Canada, to determine the effects of different rates of manure on NO3-N accumulation in two irrigated soil types and NO3-N leaching to shallow groundwater. An annual cereal silage was grown at each site and… (More)
DOI: 10.2134/jeq2008.0519

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@article{Olson2009NitrateLI, title={Nitrate leaching in two irrigated soils with different rates of cattle manure.}, author={Barry M. Olson and Deirdre Bennett and Ross H. McKenzie and Troy D Ormann and Richard P. Atkins}, journal={Journal of environmental quality}, year={2009}, volume={38 6}, pages={2218-28} }