Herbicide runoff from four coastal plain soil types

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  • Herbicides.,
  • Runoff.,
  • Pesticides -- Environmental aspects.

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Statementby G.W. Bailey ... [et al. ].
SeriesEnvironmental protection technology series -- EPA-660/2-74-017.
ContributionsBailey, G. W., National Environmental Research Center (Corvallis, Or.)
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Paginationviii, 98 p. ;
Number of Pages98
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Open LibraryOL17719525M

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Get this from a library. Herbicide runoff from four coastal plain soil types. [George W Bailey; National Environmental Research Center (Corvallis, Or.);]. The low-carbon, intensively cropped Coastal Plain soils of Georgia are susceptible to runoff, soil loss, and drought.

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Table Page 67 Summary of county fertilizer distribution data reported by registrants for 68 Properties of commonly used herbicides 69 Atrazine and DCBN applications to four Coastal Plain soil types 70 Physical characteristics of selected river systems in Mary- land 71 Comparison of land use patterns in upper and.

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The data presented in this article are those from the second year of a two-year biosolids-wheat study conducted in the Virginia Coastal Plain. Researchers identified soil types to which biosolids could safely be applied at full agronomic N rates in the fall for wheat without incurring nitrogen leaching problems.

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Recommendations for best practices are provided for the coastal plain, lower coastal plain and Tidewater, middle and upper coastal plain, Piedmont and mountain regions.

Comparative assessment of herbicide and fungicide runoff risk: A case study for peanut production in the Southern Atlantic Coastal Plain,Science of the Total Environment. APEX Calibration and Validation of Water and Herbicide Transport under U.S.

Southern Atlantic Coastal Plain Conditions. herbicide is mixed with tilled soil. The other three major herbicides (oxyflurfen, paraquat, and 2,4-D) are foliar-applied (postemergence-directed or overtop), that is, they are applied on the emerged plants without requiring soil to be disturbed.

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and Bush, Parshall, B. and Taylor, John, W.}, abstractNote = {Kudzu is an exotic vine that threatens forests in the southeastern United States. It can climb, overtop, and subsequently kill new seedlings or mature trees. PERSISTENCE OF HERBICIDES IN SOIL IN FIELD TESTS1 Herbicide Alachlor Atrazine Amount applied to soil (Ib/acre) Residual phytotoxicity (months) >12 Butylate Chloramben 2,4-D Diuron2 Endothall Linuron Nitratin Propachlor Propazine Trifluralin 2 12 4.

Among diffuse pollution, Reichenberger et al. () noted 1) surface runoff and erosion, 2) spray-drift, 3) leaching, 4) drainflows (preferential flow), and 5) other sources such as atmospheric deposition and atmospheric transport of wind eroded soil.

Surface runoff is a process by which pesticides are transported in dissolved or particulate Cited by:   Goals / Objectives Develop innovative, sustainable soil and crop conservation management systems for variable, compacted, low-fertility, and low-organic-matter sandy coastal plain soils; advance the knowledge of soil strength, soil variability, photobiological processes and nutrient/chemical transport to improve water and nutrient use efficiency and crop yield and quality.

Using a glyphosate application rate of 1 kg ha –1 (soil concentration = μg g –1, assuming incorporation to a depth of 10 cm and a soil bulk density of ), and an average soil K d =the amount of glyphosate in soil solution would be μmol L –1, which is much smaller than typical Mn 2+, Zn 2+, Cu 2+, and Fe 3 Cited by: A wide range of soil types are used for agricultural production in California.

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Farm systems. fine fescue, and perennial ryegrass are common types thrives in sun or medium shade. It will not perform of cool-season grasses. Table 3 (page 9) rates the per- well in full sun in the coastal plain, especially if the soil formance of various cultivars of these grasses in North is sandy.

It can be seeded by itself or mixed with Ken-Carolina. The accelerating loss of soil also produces damage outside crop fields and trigger downstream flooding. Click to enlarge. References. Cerdà, A. & Doerr, S.H. Soil wettability, runoff and erodibility of major dry-Mediterranean land use types on calcareous soils.

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The Coastal Plain soil type was a Marvyn loamy sand (fine-loamy, kaolinitic, thermic Typic Kanhapludults) and the Piedmont soil type was a Hard Labor. in small burrows in the soil near their food source.

This behavior will continue for up to 60 days, after which the adult beetles die. Eggs will begin to hatch within a few weeks of incubation, and small grubs will start to feed on grass rootlets until soil temperatures drop, when grubs move deeper into the soil profile.

herbicide treatment is delayed and the cut surface has begun to dry, a herbicide/basal oil mixture must be used and applied to the top and around the collar of the stump. For stumps greater than 3 inches in diameter, thoroughly wet the outer edge while avoiding herbicide runoff (Figure 4).

This is because the only living tissue in larger trees isFile Size: 18MB. The Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model has been used worldwide for many hydrologic and Non-Point Source (NPS) Pollution analyses on a watershed scale.

However, it has many limitations in simulating the Vegetative Filter Strip (VFS) because it considers only ‘filter strip width’ when the model estimates sediment trapping efficiency and does not consider the routing of sediment with Cited by: Cover crops can protect soil health and increase climate resilience of crop production systems.

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The present research evaluated biomass production and water use efficiency (WUE) of single species. PubMed:Fluometuron and pendimethalin runoff from strip and conventionally tilled cotton in the southern atlantic coastal plain.

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Better Soil Better Yields: A Guidebook to Improving Soil Organic Matter and Infiltration with Continuous No-Till All jars herbicide runoff by 92%, 69% and 70% received the same amount of simulated rainfall.

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Monitoring Pesticide Runoff and Leaching from Four Farming Systems on Field-Scale Coastal Plain Watersheds in Maryland A Small Agricultural Watershed Study on Maryland's Outer Atlantic Coastal Plain.

Johnson; L. Hall Jr., Spring Season Pattern of Nitrate-N and Herbicide Movement in Snowmelt Runoff from a Loess Soil in. Vicia villosa. Type: winter annual or summer annual legume Roles: N source, weed suppressor, topsoil conditioner, reduce erosion Mix with: small grains, field peas, bell beans, crimson clover, buckwheat Few legumes match hairy vetch for spring residue production or nitrogen contribution.

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