Grass and Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Release Study Under Wet Conditions

Grass and Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Release Study Under Wet Conditions

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Strynchuk, J., Royal, J., England, G. 1999. Grass and Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Release Study Under Wet Conditions. Brevard County Surface Water Improvement and Creech Engineers, Inc., Florida. Pages 1-7
BMP, nutrients, pollutant, Lawns
A significant source of nutrient input to water bodies is from grass clippings and leaves washed into drainage systems during storms. Brevard County Surface Water Improvement conducted a study to determine the nutrient release rates from grass clippings and leaves in order to better understand the chemistry and resultant pollutant loading mechanisms.

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