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The assessment and potential for mitigation of phosphorus losses from Organic soils under intensive dairying
(Lincoln University, 2016)
The development of marginal land under Organic soils for intensive agricultural use is commonplace around the globe, being driven by population growth and the limited availability of alternative, highly productive soils. ...
Export of nitrogen and phosphorus from artificially drained dairy pastures in the Hauraki Plains
This work forms part of the MBIE-funded Transfer Pathways Programme, which targets quantification of the pathway-specific transfers of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) from the land to receiving waters, taking lag times and ...
Phosphorus response and optimum pH ranges of twelve pasture legumes grown in an acid upland New Zealand soil under glasshouse conditions
(Chilean Society of Soil Science (Sociedad Chilena de la Ciencia del Suelo), 2016-06)
Pasture legumes provide critical nitrogen inputs but fail to persist in typical acidic low P fertility upland soils. Alternative legume species for these environments are urgently sought. Twelve novel legume species were ...
Phosphorus response and efficiency of 12 novel dryland legume species on an acid high country soil
(Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, 2012-02)
High country soils are typically acidic and have low fertility compared with intensive high fertility low land systems. Pasture legumes commonly used in New Zealand perform poorly in these environments. The optimum soil P ...