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Soil Cadmium And New Zealand Dairy Farms: Impact Of Whole-farm Contaminant Variability On Environmental Management

A. D. Stafford, A. Palmer, P. Jeyakumar, M. Hedley, Christopher Anderson
Published 2018 · Environmental Science

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Abstract Two long-term dairy farms with different phosphorus (P) fertiliser application history in the North and South Island of New Zealand were studied to understand factors influencing the spatial distribution of soil cadmium (Cd). Intensive soil sampling within each farm showed that soil Cd concentrations (0–150 mm depth) were much greater and more variable in the Waikato (North Island) farm (mean: 1.04 mg kg−1, range: 0.48–1.64 mg kg−1) than the Canterbury (South Island) farm (mean: 0.34 mg kg−1, range: 0.15–0.64 mg kg−1). A significant (P
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