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Water residuals to reduce soil phosphorus. (reprint, 2006).



9781843399520

Water residuals to reduce soil phosphorus phosphorus (fŏs`fərəs) [Gr.,=light-bearing], nonmetallic chemical element; symbol P; at. no. 15; at. wt. 30.97376; m.p. 44.1°C;; b.p. about 280°C;; sp. gr. 1.82 at 20°C;; valence −3, +3, or +5. . (reprint, 2006)

DeWolfe, James.

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2006

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$240.00

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Sponsored by three utilities concerned with managing water treatment residuals (WTRs) generated by drinking water drinking water

supply of water available to animals for drinking supplied via nipples, in troughs, dams, ponds and larger natural water sources; an insufficient supply leads to dehydration; it can be the source of infection, e.g. leptospirosis, salmonellosis, or of poisoning, e.g.
 treatment facilities, this research study examines their possible beneficial use for improved nutrient management As defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency[1], nutrient management is managing the amount, form, placement, and timing of application of nutrients (whether as animal waste, commercial fertilizer, or other form of nutrients) to plants.  of agricultural lands by controlling the release of phosphorous phos·pho·rous
adj.
Of, relating to, or containing phosphorus, especially with a valence of 3 or a valence lower than that of a comparable phosphoric compound.
 from agricultural soils. The conclusions evaluate the level of phosphorous reduction achieved when aluminum- and iron-based WTRs are incorporated in high phosphorous soils, when WTRs are blended with organic materials, and when WTRs are applied to a surface during rainfall. The sponsors are Pennsylvania American Water Company, Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority, and Denver Water. No index is provided. This is a reprint of the 2006 original edition.

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