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Main Title Recommendations for coordinating phosphorus-based nutrient management in the Chesapeake Bay Region /
CORP Author Chesapeake Bay Program (U.S.). Nutrient Subcommittee. Agricultural Nutrient Reduction Workgroup.
Publisher Chesapeake Bay Program,
Year Published 2002
Report Number EPA 903/R-02-007
Stock Number PB2003-100836
OCLC Number 51115371
Subjects Nutrient pollution of water--Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.) ; Water--Phosphorus content--Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.) ; Water quality--Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.)
Additional Subjects Chesapeake Bay ; Nutrients ; Phosphorus ; Recommendations ; Water quality ; Regulations ; Nitrogen ; Workshops ; Questionnaires ; Surveys ; Nonpoint source pollution ; Nutrient control ; Federal management
Internet Access
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http://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi?Dockey=2000VLCZ.PDF
Holdings
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
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Status
EJAD  EPA 903/R-02-007 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 10/27/2008
EJBD ARCHIVE EPA 903-R-02-007 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 06/13/2011
EJDD  CB 00825 2 copies OASQA Library/Fort Meade,MD 02/14/2003
Collation 11 p. ; 28 cm.
Abstract
Recently, the Chesapeake Bay Program, the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) and the scientific community have begun to place a greater emphasis on the role phosphorus plays in nonpoint source pollution. This increased awareness of the risks of excess phosphorus in the soil profile and its relationship to water quality has led to NRCS guidance and Environmental Protection Agency-proposed regulations. These proposed EPA regulations would require operators to implement nutrient control practices for nitrogen and phosphorus in their farm nutrient management plans for confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs). Nutrient control practices for nitrogen and phosphorus will likely become a requirement for farms that meet certain federal criteria. Also, other federal or state programs may require new practices with respect to phosphorus. For farming operations that use only commercial fertilizers, this shift should not be burdensome. However, due to the ratio of phosphorus to nitrogen in animal wastes and biosolids, phosphorus-based nutrient management planning may be a more arduous task for livestock and poultry operations as well as for permitted sewage sludge applications.
Notes
"September 2002"--Cover. "EPA 903-R-02-007"--Cover.