Phosphorus Runoff from Turfgrass as Affected by Phosphorus Fertilization and Clipping Management: Technical Reports

Phosphorus Runoff from Turfgrass as Affected by Phosphorus Fertilization and Clipping Management: Technical Reports

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Bierman, P., Horgan, B., Rosen, C., Hollman, A., Pagliari, P. 2010. Phosphorus Runoff from Turfgrass as Affected by Phosphorus Fertilization and Clipping Management: Technical Reports. Surface Water Quality- Journal of Environmental Quality. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. Volume 39. Pages 282-292

fertilizer, runoff, turfgrass, urban, watershed

Phosphorus enrichment of surface water is a concern in many urban watersheds. A three year study on a silt loam soil with 5% slope and high soil test P was conducted to evaluate P fertilization and clipping management effects on P runoff from turfgrass under frozen and nonfrozen conditions

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