Phosphorus leaching through intact soil cores as influenced by type and duration of manure application

  title={Phosphorus leaching through intact soil cores as influenced by type and duration of manure application},
  author={Elizabeth H. Brock and Quirine M. Ketterings and Peter J. A. Kleinman},
  journal={Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems},
Leaching of phosphorus (P) in manure-amended soils has received increased attention as a significant source of non-point source P pollution. Intact soil cores were collected from fields on a farm in Southern New York to test the effects of long-term dairy or poultry manure application on P leaching. Nine fields were selected (four poultry, four dairy, and one unamended) to represent a broad range of P saturation levels (5.3 to 62.4%) in the topsoil (0–7.5 cm). Water was applied weekly at a rate… CONTINUE READING
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