Nutrient losses by surface run-off following the application of organic manures to arable land. 1. Nitrogen.

@article{Smith2001NutrientLB,
  title={Nutrient losses by surface run-off following the application of organic manures to arable land. 1. Nitrogen.},
  author={Kevin A Smith and Darrell R. Jackson and Tim J. Pepper},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2001},
  volume={112 1},
  pages={41-51}
}
Research was conducted on nitrogen (N) surface run-off losses following organic manure applications to land, utilising a purpose-built facility on a sloping site in Herefordshire under arable tillage. Different rates and timing of cattle slurry, farmyard manure and inorganic N and phosphorus (P) fertiliser were compared, over a 4-year period (1993-97). P losses from the same studies are reported in a separate paper. The application of cattle slurries to the silty clay loam soil increased the… CONTINUE READING
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