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- Rees, H.W., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Canadian journal of soil science 2011 v.91 no.4 pp. 595-613
- Escherichia coli; crop yield; economic sustainability; loam soils; manure spreading; nutrient content; pH; pollution load; potatoes; poultry; poultry manure; risk; runoff; soil erosion; soil organic matter; soil quality; soil temperature; soil treatment; summer; surface water; water quality; winter; New Brunswick
- ... Soil erosion is a major threat to the economic viability of potato production in northwestern New Brunswick. One option for growers to increase soil organic matter and improve soil quality in potato fields is through poultry manure application. While poultry manure may be beneficial for soil quality, there are also potential risks to surface water quality associated with manure application. This s ...
- Rees, H.W., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Canadian journal of soil science 2007 v.87 no.5 pp. 565-577
- agricultural soils; electrical conductivity; stony soils; soil temperature; soil water content; soil pore system; rocks; tillage; soil quality; Solanum tuberosum; bulk density; spatial distribution; tubers; crop yield; soil erosion; sandy loam soils; New Brunswick