By Philip Haygarth, Steven C Jarvis
This ebook is a set of cutting-edge experiences at the worldwide difficulties of diffuse water pollutants from agriculture, which impacts the water caliber of rivers, lakes, reservoirs and the oceans. It contains chapters on eutrophication, phosphorus, nitrogen, manure, heavy metals, carbon/persistent natural pollution and soil/siltation difficulties. The e-book is damaged down into 3 components and displays the evaluations of the world's specialists in those matters.
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Kg N haϪ1 yearϪ1). , 1997). Year 1998 1999 2000 2002 2005 2008 Arable Grassland 175 300 175 300 150 275 (125) (250) (110) (200) (100) (180) Within the UK, the main practical ideas for reducing NO3Ϫ leaching have been tested voluntarily in Nitrate Sensitive Areas (NSAs) and, from December 1998, enforced in 68 Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs) covering 600,000 ha. , 2000). Limits for N application rates and on the timing of manure applications have been defined and are monitored for these zones. 10).