On-farm monitoring informs management to keep phosphorus in place

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As the quantity and quality of on-farm data increases over time, the understanding of how agriculture impacts water quality has evolved. As research and monitoring technology have progressed, the scientific community is looking at more than runoff and soil loss, but rather, different forms of phosphorus (P).

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