Phosphorus that escapes transport in surface runoff or with erosion doesn’t necessarily stick to the soil and stay put. In certain soils, it can move into drainage pipes and streams where it can have a significant negative effect on water quality. Managing subsoil phosphorus loss is a complex problem with no easy solutions.
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