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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Phosphorus and Agriculture Vi: Identifying Soil P Thresholds for the New York P Index

Authors
item Kleinman, Peter
item Bryant, Ray - CORNELL UNIVERSITY
item Reid, Shaw - CORNELL UNIVERSITY
item Sharpley, Andrew

Submitted to: New York State Cooperative Extension Bulletin
Publication Type: Experiment Station
Publication Acceptance Date: January 1, 2001
Publication Date: April 20, 2001
Citation: Kleinman, P.J., Bryant, R., Reid, S., Sharpley, A.N. 2001. Phosphorus and agriculture vi: identifying soil p thresholds for the new york p index. New York State Cooperative Extension Bulletin. 11(1):4-5.

Technical Abstract: The loss of phosphorus from agricultural lands and its subsequent transfer to surface waters has focused attention on agricultural phosphorus management. New York is currently developing a Phosphorus Index to assist in nutrient management decisions on agricultural fields. This sixth article on phosphorus and agriculture describes the use of soil chemical data to quantify the potential for phosphorus loss from soil to water. Using such an approach, ARS and Cornell University are analyzing soils from across New York State to develop soil-specific P relationships for the New York Phosphorus Index.

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