Nitrate Concentrations in Percolate and Groundwater Under Conventional and No-Till Zea mays Watersheds

Nitrate Concentrations in Percolate and Groundwater Under Conventional and No-Till Zea mays Watersheds

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Angle, J. S., Gross, C. M., McIntosh, M. S. 1989. Nitrate Concentrations in Percolate and Groundwater Under Conventional and No-Till Zea mays Watersheds. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment. Elsevier B.V. Number 25. Pages 279-286

Agriculture, Corn, Cropping systems, Farms, Groundwater, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Water quality, Tillage, Agricultural BMPs, Lysimetry

This study quantified the nitrate concentrations in percolate and groundwater underneath conventional and no-till corn fields at the University of Maryland’s Forage Research Farm. Results from the 3-year study showed that the nitrate concentration in water underneath no-till corn fields is equal or less than that of conventionally-tilled fields.

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