RUNOFF WATER QUALITY FROM CONSERVATION AND CONVENTIONAL TILLAGE.
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Sediment, phosphorus and nitrogen have been monitored in overland runoff and tile drainage from production scale watersheds subjected to conservation (chisel plow) and conventional (moldboard plow) tillage on flat, heavy soils. Sediment losses are low but both concentration and total losses are greater for conventional tillage. Soluble P constituted half of the phosphorus transported from both treatments.
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Paper - American Society of Agricultural Engineers
Gold, Arthur J., and Ted L. Loudon. "RUNOFF WATER QUALITY FROM CONSERVATION AND CONVENTIONAL TILLAGE.." Paper - American Society of Agricultural Engineers (1986). https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/nrs_facpubs/465