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Nutrients in Runoff from Cotton Production in the Lower Mississippi River Basin: An On‐Farm Study

Nutrients in Runoff from Cotton Production in the Lower Mississippi River Basin: An On‐Farm Study Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment 2:190033 (2019). doi:10.2134/age2019.05.0033Phosphate fertilizer was incorrectly noted in the elemental P form and should have been as P2O5. This resulted in this erratum and led to the following corrections:1. In the Abstract (page 1), the original sentence was: Total N and TP loss rates from planting to harvest were 3.7 and 4.0% of N and P applied as fertilizer, respectively.But should be: Total N and TP loss rates from planting to harvest were 3.7 and 9.3% of N and P applied as fertilizer, respectively.2. In Table 1 (page 4), the original subheading in the 1st colum was: P fertilizer, kg ha–1But should be: P2O5 fertilizer, kg ha–13. In Table 9 (page 8), the “P applied as fertilizer” and the “Loss in runoff” columns were incorrect. The corrected Table 9 is shown below.4. In the text on page 9, the original was: When averaged across all years and fields, 3.7% of applied fertilizer N and 4.0% of applied P was lost in runoff; loss ranged from 0.4 to 14.0% of N applied and 0.4 to 8.0% P applied (Table 8).But should be: When averaged across all years and fields, 3.7% of applied fertilizer N and 9.3% http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png "Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment" Wiley

Nutrients in Runoff from Cotton Production in the Lower Mississippi River Basin: An On‐Farm Study

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Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment 2:190033 (2019). doi:10.2134/age2019.05.0033Phosphate fertilizer was incorrectly noted in the elemental P form and should have been as P2O5. This resulted in this erratum and led to the following corrections:1. In the Abstract (page 1), the original sentence was: Total N and TP loss rates from planting to harvest were 3.7 and 4.0% of N and P applied as fertilizer, respectively.But should be: Total N and TP loss rates from planting to harvest were 3.7 and 9.3% of N and P applied as fertilizer, respectively.2. In Table 1 (page 4), the original subheading in the 1st colum was: P fertilizer, kg ha–1But should be: P2O5 fertilizer, kg ha–13. In Table 9 (page 8), the “P applied as fertilizer” and the “Loss in runoff” columns were incorrect. The corrected Table 9 is shown below.4. In the text on page 9, the original was: When averaged across all years and fields, 3.7% of applied fertilizer N and 4.0% of applied P was lost in runoff; loss ranged from 0.4 to 14.0% of N applied and 0.4 to 8.0% P applied (Table 8).But should be: When averaged across all years and fields, 3.7% of applied fertilizer N and 9.3%

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"Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment"Wiley

Published: Jan 1, 2019

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