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Rainfall and tillage effects on transport of fecal bacteria and sex hormones 17β-estradiol and testosterone from broiler litter applications to a Georgia Piedmont Ultisol [Erratum: 2009 Feb. 1, v. 407, no. 4, p. 1469.]

Journal Title:
Science of the total environment.
Journal Volume/Issue:
2008 Sept. 15, v. 403, no. 1-3
Main Author:
Jenkins, Michael B.
Other Authors:
Truman, Clint C., Siragusa, Gregory, Line, Eric, Bailey, J. Stan, Frye, Jonathan, Endale, Dinku M., Franklin, Dorcas H., Schomberg, Harry H., Fisher, Dwight S., and Sharpe, Ronald R.
Format:
Electronic
Language:
English
Subjects:
piedmont
piedmont soils
Ultisols
rain
tillage
poultry manure
organic fertilizers
soil pollution
feces
estradiol
testosterone
broilers
animal pathogenic bacteria
antibiotic residues
water pollution
sandy loam soils
conventional tillage
no-tillage
nitrogen fertilizers
corn
Zea mays
rainfall simulation
agricultural runoff
indicator species
fertilizer application
rain intensity
spring
Salmonella
Campylobacter
Escherichia coli
Enterococcus
pollution load
microbial contamination
View in NAL's Catalog:
IND44089956