Perda de fósforo via escoamento superficial no sistema plantio direto sob adubação mineral e orgânica

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The no-till system has been intensively used in the state of Paraná, Brazil, and it has increased the nutrients level at the soil surface. This has contributed for nutrient losses via runoff and consequently, off-site water pollution. The objective of this study was to evaluate phosphorus loss in surface runoff by simulated rainfall on an Oxisol, under no-till system following application of mineral fertilizer and liquid swine manure. Nitrogen, soil and water losses from the same study are reported in a separated paper. The application of liquid swine manure, compared with mineral fertilization, increased runoff concentration of total P, particulate P and dissolved reactive P by 193%, 111% and 506%, respectively, averaged for all rainfall intensities. Independently on the fertilizer source, the highest rainfall intensity provided the greatest concentration and loads of P in runoff.

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Bertol, O. J., Rizzi, N. E., Favaretto, N., & Lana, M. do C. (2010). Perda de fósforo via escoamento superficial no sistema plantio direto sob adubação mineral e orgânica. Scientia Agricola, 67(1), 71–77. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0103-90162010000100010

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