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Agricultural anaerobic digestion power plants in ireland and germany: policy and practice
The effectiveness and feasibility of using ochre as a soil amendment to sequester dissolved reactive phosphorus in runoff
(Springer Nature, 2011-09-14)
Incidental losses of dissolved reactive phosphorus (DRP) to a surface waterbody originate from direct losses during land application of fertilizer, or where a rainfall event occurs immediately thereafter. Another source ...
Evaluation of amendments to control phosphorus losses in runoff from dairy-soiled water
(Springer Nature, 2011-04-15)
Amendments with the potential to reduce phosphorus (P) losses from agricultural grassland arising from the land application of dairy-soiled water (DSW) were investigated. Optimal application rates were studied, and associated ...