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Tools for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Nordic Agriculture

Tools for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Nordic Agriculture

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Published by Nordic Council of Ministers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture - Forestry,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12949072M
    ISBN 109289312424
    ISBN 109789289312424

    'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research 'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from onward. Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from onwards. Full text documents are added when : O.F. Schoumans. Assessing phosphorus bioavailability in agricultural soils and runoff A.N. Sharpley Soil Scientist, USDA-ARS, National Agricultural Water Quality Laboratory, P.O. Box , Durant, OK , USA Received 27 April ; accepted in revised form 13 August

    1. Introduction. Modern agriculture has dramatically increased crop yields—at a high environmental cost, however (Tilman et al., ).Many countries have therefore adopted environmentally sustainable agricultural production as a long-term policy objective (e.g. OECD, ).One of the key environmental concerns related to agriculture is the eutrophication of Cited by: Phosphorus levels in Lake Erie and surrounding waterways are an increasing concern, and agricultural practices have been identified as a potential source of phosphorus. Excess phosphorous from U.S. and Canadian sources that runs into municipal drains can promote the growth of algal blooms in downstream water bodies, like Lake Erie.

    The title ‘Phosphorus in Agriculture: % Zero’ is synonymous for make-or-break. And it stands up to the promise. This book sends an important message as it delivers background information, intrinsic hypotheses, validation approaches and legal frameworks, all for balanced phosphorus fertilization in agriculture. SERA Is: the Southern Extension and Research Activity (SERA) - 17; an Information Exchange Group (IEG) administered through the Southern Region Land Grant Universities, and is composed of research scientists, policy makers, extension personnel, and educators. Our mission is to develop and promote innovative solutions to minimize phosphorus losses from agriculture .


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Tools for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Nordic Agriculture Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Tools for assessing phosphorus loss from Nordic agriculture. [Goswin Heckrath;] -- The proceedings from the Nordic Phosphorus workshop, Februaryaddress the role of decision tools in the process of abating phosphorus (P) losses from agricultural land in the Nordic and Baltic.

Phosphorus management is an important aspect of the USDA-NCRS nutrient management standard. Anyone applying animal waste or fertilizer in a nutrient-impaired subwatershed must determine potential phosphorus loss from each field. This publication describes the P-Index or Phosphorus Loss Assessment Tool that is used in North Carolina for this purpose.

10 Tools for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Nordic Agriculture research groups. A single conceptual framework for a P decision tool is applicable in the Nordic and Baltic countries, even if it requires adapta-tions of its design. Important lessons can be learned both from the P in-dex widely adopted in the United States and the UK-developed.

Tools for Assessing Phosphorus Loss from Nordic Agriculture book Book (Other academic) Abstract [en] The proceedings from the Nordic Phosphorus workshop, Februaryaddress the role of decision tools in the process of abating phosphorus (P) losses from agricultural land in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

Source In: Tools for assessing phosphorus loss from Nordic agriculture /, Heckrath, G., Bechmann, M., Ekholm, P., Djodjic, F., Ulén, B., Andersen, H.E., Olsen, P. Review of indexing tools for identifying high risk areas of phosphorus loss in Nordic countries Article in Journal of Hydrology (1) January.

A widely used method for predicting P-loss from agricultural land is the ‘Phosphorus Index’ (PI) tool, developed by Lemunyon and Gilbert [Journal of Production Agriculture (), 6, – The Phosphorus Source Assessment Tool.

The Phosphorus Source Assessment Tool is used to estimate the relative contributions of various land uses and point sources to P loading in a watershed.

The Minnesota Phosphorus Index. The Minnesota Phosphorus Index (P Index) is a management tool to estimate the relative risk that phosphorus is being lost from an agricultural.

Phosphorus in agriculture Problems and solutions 7 Greenpeace International Phosphorus in agriculture Problems and solutions 01 Phosphorus is an essential element needed in all living organisms, and it is also a non-renewable resource dependent exclusively on mined rock phosphates.

An input of phosphorus is crucialFile Size: 2MB. Phosphorus management is an important aspect of the USDA-NCRS nutrient management standard. Anyone applying animal waste or fertilizer in a nutrient-impaired subwatershed must determine potential phosphorus loss from each field. This publication describes in great detail the P-Index or Phosphorus Loss Assessment Tool that is used in North Carolina for this purpose.

Position Paper A quantitative phosphorus loss assessment tool for agricultural fields Michael J. Whitea,*, Daniel E. Stormb, Philip R. Busteedc, Michael D.

Smolenb, Hailin Zhangd, Garey A. Foxb aUSDA-ARS Grassland, Soil, and Water Research Laboratory, East Blackland Road Temple, TXUSA b Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Department, Oklahoma.

An assessment tool using the Phosphorus Index will assist field staff working with landusers to identify sensitive areas and recommend management alternatives to reduce risk of P losses.

Problem The movement of P from the agricultural landscape is a concern because of the potential problem of surface water eutrophication and subsequent growth. phosphorus is present in the soil and identifies where a high potential for phosphorus loss exists. The PMT also allows farmers to evaluate management options they can use to reduce the risk of phosphorus losses from agricultural fields to nearby waterways.

Revising and updating the File Size: KB. Book: The Role of Phosphorus in Agriculture, Published by: American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America The Role of Phosphorus in Agriculture, [ Preview (PDF) ] Use and Limitations of Physical-Chemical Criteria for Assessing the Status of Phosphorus in Soils doi The actual phosphorus loss from agricultural land to surface waters is a complex function of climate, topography, soil type, soil phosphorus status, phosphorus fertilisation, and land management.

These factors vary greatly in space and over the year, and the hydrological pathways for phosphorus losses also vary greatly in space and time. Phosphorus (P) loss from agriculture in runoff is a primary cause of eutrophication in freshwater.

To identify the key areas with high-risk possibility of phosphorus loss is very important for the control and management of non-point source pollution. As a case study of Yellow River basin, Phosphorus Index (PI) was modified and applied here.

: Phosphorus Requirements for Sustainable Agriculture (): Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Books Go Search EN. Publications General Publications Agricultural Phosphorus and Eutrophication - Second Edition Best Management Practices - to minimize agricultural phosphorus impacts on water quality Phosphorus and Soil Health Management Practices The Pivotal Role of Phosphorus in a Resilient Water–Energy–Food Security Nexus The State of the Science of Phosphorus - Symposium.

A New Approach to Assessing Phosphorus Use Efficiency in Agriculture By A.E. (Johnny) Johnston and J. Keith Syers It is frequently stated that P is used inefficiently in agriculture, with percent recovery of P applied in fertilizers usually between 10. Hydrologic and water quality models are more accurate, but are prohibitively complex for conservation planners to use.

Pasture Phosphorus Management (PPM) Plus was developed as a user-friendly P and sediment loss prediction tool based on the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), a popular comprehensive hydrologic and water quality by:.

phosphorus is considered as non point source of water pollution and agriculture is the major contributor for this source. The phosphorus content causing eutrophication may be alarming from environmental point of view but may be very less from farmer point of view, but continuous loss of P from soil can be critical.U.S.

Department of Agriculture: Agricultural Research Service, Lincoln, Nebraska Assessing Site Vulnerability to Phosphorus Loss in an Agricultural Watershed Andrew N.

Sharpley USDA-ARS Richard W. McDowell USDA-ARS Jennifer L. Weld USDA-ARS Peter J. .3. Inefficiencies and environmental impacts of current phosphorus use 31 Global phosphorus flows through the food production and consumption system 31 Mining and beneficiation losses 35 Fertilizer production and distribution losses 37 Sources of phosphorus loss in agriculture 37 Introduction