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The effect of irrigation and urine application on phosphorus losses to subsurface flow from a stony soil
Diffuse losses of phosphorus (P) from agricultural land via subsurface flow (viz leaching) can result in degradation of surface water quality. Factors such as irrigation and soil pH can increase the solubility of P and its ...
A review of the cost-effectiveness and suitability of mitigation strategies to prevent Phosphorus loss from dairy farms in New Zealand and Australia
(American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Inc., 2012-05)
The loss of phosphorus (P) from land to water is detrimental to surface water quality in many parts of New Zealand and Australia. Farming, especially pasture-based dairying, can be a source of P loss, but preventing it ...