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Poultry litter amendments and the mobility and immobility of phosphorus in soil landscapes of Northern Louisiana


, : Poultry litter amendments and the mobility and immobility of phosphorus in soil landscapes of Northern Louisiana. Louisiana Agriculture 41(1): 28

A study was undertaken to determine the capacity of an Ultisol, from north Louisiana, USA, to adsorb phosphate and how closely this adsorption was associated with the soil clay content, to determine the fraction of the phosphate adsorption capacity that became saturated with phosphate in poultry litter amended pasture soils, and to see if and where phosphate was accumulating in the soil profile and whether or not it was moving downslope through the sandy surface horizon.


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