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|Source Publication:||Journal of Soil and Water Conservation; March/April 2008; VOL. 63, NO. 2; Research Library Core pg. 46A|
|City:||Kurten and Waterloo|
|Category:||Peer Reviewed Papers|
|Crop:||Not Crop Specific|
|Download:||NortonSWCS2008.pdf (2.5 MB)|
It was found that using surface-applied gypsum soil amendment to no-tilled soil could reduce runoff, erosion, and improve water quality related to nutrient runoff. Surface application of manure in a no-till system greatly increased the amount of nutrients in runoff water, but a co-application of gypsum amendment significantly reduced all major nutrients lost except nitrates.