Nutrient Losses in Runoff from Conventional and No-Till Corn Watersheds

Nutrient Losses in Runoff from Conventional and No-Till Corn Watersheds

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Angle, J. S., McClung, G., McIntosh, M. S., Thomas, P. M., Wolf, D. C. 1984. Nutrient Losses in Runoff from Conventional and No-Till Corn Watersheds. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 13, Number 3. Pages 431-435

Agriculture, Corn, Cropping systems, Farms, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Runoff, Runoff volume, Sediment, Water quality, Tillage, Agricultural BMPs

This study quantified the nutrient and sediment concentrations in runoff from conventional and no-till corn fields at the University of Maryland’s Forage Research Farm. The results showed that conventional fields produced over 9 times more runoff than the no-till field, and there were large differences in suspended sediment and nitrogen species as well.

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