Ammonium, Nitrate, and Phosphate Sorption to and Solute Leaching from Biochars Prepared from Corn Stover (Zea mays L.) and Oak Wood (Quercus spp.)

Ammonium, Nitrate, and Phosphate Sorption to and Solute Leaching from Biochars Prepared from Corn Stover (Zea mays L.) and Oak Wood (Quercus spp.)

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Colin Hollister, C., Bisogni, J., Lehmann, J. 2012. Ammonium, Nitrate, and Phosphate Sorption to and Solute Leaching from Biochars Prepared from Corn Stover (Zea mays L.) and Oak Wood (Quercus spp.). Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 42, Number 1. Pages 137-144

agriculture, nutrients, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, biochar, leaching

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/42/1/137

This study evaluated the use of biochar for nitrogen and phosphorus removal to quantify its nutrient pollution mitigation potential in agroecosystems.

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