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Web URL(s):https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11104-007-9284-7
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Author(s):Hay, F. J.; Vietor, D. M.; Munster, C. L.; White, R. H.; Provin, T. L.
Author Affiliation:Vietor, White, and Provin: Soil and Crop Sciences Department, Munster: Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Title:Leaching loss of NO3-N and dissolved P from manure and fertilizer during turfgrass establishment
Source:Plant and Soil. Vol. 296, No. 1/2, July 2007, p. 1-17.
Publishing Information:Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers
# of Pages:17
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Ammonium nitrate; Leaching; Manures; Phosphorus; Fertilizers; Establishment; Leachates; Sod; Nitrogen fertilization; Soil testing; Nutrient balance; Nutrient recovery; Nutrient loss; Sand; Fertilization rates; Soil sampling; Clipping weight
Abstract/Contents:"Cycling of manure nutrients through turfgrass sod could affect groundwater quality. The fate of nutrients in transplanted fertilizer- or manure-grown sod of Tifway bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon L. Pers. X C. transcaalensis Burtt-Davey) was compared with that in composted dairy manure (CDM) applied to a sprigged treatment. Leaching loss of NO3-N and dissolved P (DP) in filtrate (<0.45 μm) of leachate was compared among sodded and sprigged treatments during periods 0-50, 60-110, 330-380 d after planting in lysimeters. In addition, recovery of N and P in turfgrass clippings and a sand medium was quantified. Maintenance applications of CDM or fertilizer P were top-dressed starting 60 d after planting. Leachate was collected and sampled over three simulated rain events during each of the three sampling periods. From 0 d to 50 d after planting, leaching loss of NO3-N from sprigged Tifway totaled 2.0 g M-2 and was 10 times greater than loss from CDM-grown or fertilizer-grown sod. In contrast, DP loss in leachate was (≤0.013 g m-1) and did not differ among treatments during the latter two sampling periods. The mass loss of DP in leachate was typically less than the DP mass applied through irrigation or simulated rain. Importing CDM in sod reduces NO3-N leaching loss compared to sprigged turfgrass amended with CDM, but NO3-N and Dp leaching losses are similar during maintenance of CDM-grown and fertilizer-grown sod from 60-110 d to 330-380 d after transplanting."
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Vietor, D. M., C. L. Munster, R. H. White, and T. L. Provin. 2007. Leaching loss of NO3-N and dissolved P from manure and fertilizer during turfgrass establishment. Plant Soil. 296(1/2):p. 1-17.
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DOI: 10.1007/s11104-007-9284-7
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