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Not determined. Soil phosphorus Soils are the source of P for plant uptake and also for transfer to watercourses, so an understanding of soil P dynamics underpins the two fundamental aspects of agricultural P research. , 1995; Leinweber, 1996). , 1996). The proportions of organic P can range between 25 and 50% of total P in mineral soils and up to 60–90% in organic soils (Harrison, 1987). g. arable vs. permanent grassland and biological vs. conventional farming) and rates of P fertilizer/manure application all affect soil P contents and the ratio of inorganic to organic compounds.
Aspects of Applied Biology 30, 63–69. J. J. (1998) Model study of the fate of nitrogen deposition on arable land. Soil Use and Management 14, 70–77. , Conway, J. C. (1999) Interactions between agricultural emissions to the environment: the value of system studies in minimizing all emissions. D. and Alford, D. (eds) Agriculture and the Environment. Challenges and Conflicts for the New Millennium, Proceedings of an International Conference, 14–16 April 1999, University of Warwick. ADAS, Wolverhampton, pp.
Hydrol. - Chap 02 9/9/02 9:29 AM Page 43 Phosphorus Biological mechanisms can exert strong controls on the solubilization of P, but represent the most under-investigated aspect of P transfer. Most studies have centred on the role of the soil microbiology in soil P cycling and the availability of P to plants, although even this information has been fairly scarce until relatively recently. , 1982; Hedley and Stewart, 1982). , 1990; Seeling and Zasocki, 1993; Turner and Haygarth, 2002) and, therefore, have the potential to exert a considerable influence on P solubilization.