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Use of soil survey information for assessing the phosphate sorption capacity of heavily manured soils



Use of soil survey information for assessing the phosphate sorption capacity of heavily manured soils



Verslagen en Mededelingen, Commissie voor Hydrologisch Onderzoek TNO (38): 1079-1088



Phosphate leaching from soils is potentially harmful to the quality of groundwater and surface water in areas with intensive livestock farming. This study shows how soil data can be used to assess the total phosphate sorption capacity (PSC) of the soil. The available PSC is a dynamic property depending upon pH, phosphate concentration, reaction time and previously sorbed phosphate.

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