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Trees and shrubs as a component of buffer zones: advantages and disadvantages in P-retention

Norrdahl, Kai; Martel, Jocelyn; Pöyri, Ville; Uusi-Kämppä, Jaana; Yli-Halla, Markku; Lempa, Kyösti; Suomela, Janne and Virtanen, Risto (2005) Trees and shrubs as a component of buffer zones: advantages and disadvantages in P-retention. In: Proceedings from NJF seminar no. 374, Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists, pp. 54-55.

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Trees and shrubs are potential components for construction of buffer zones, especially for reducing phosphorus levels in soil. Woody species appear to be less efficient in capturing nutrients from overland flow, at least outside the growing season. Tree seedlings prevent effective mowing and removal of hay, which may lead to an accumulation of dead hay on the zone. Therefore woody species should mainly be used in places where yearly mowing and removal of hay is not feasible.

EPrint Type:Conference paper, poster, etc.
Type of presentation:Paper
Keywords:buffer zones, phosphorus, trees, shrubs
Subjects: Environmental aspects > Air and water emissions
Research affiliation: Finland
Related Links:http://www.njf.nu
Deposited By: Koistinen, Riitta
ID Code:16057
Deposited On:01 Sep 2009 09:43
Last Modified:12 Apr 2010 07:39
Document Language:English
Refereed:Not peer-reviewed

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